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i decided to do something about my rear shock/bump stop and used up some scrap 2" square tube. that and some shim for the stop itself, and i am in the ball park for these f150 shocks(if my original spec. calcs. are right). stock.
with the change.
with spacer and spring(full drop).
the spring can rattle around at full drop, but i don't think i'll lose it. i don't know why i have to try and paint everything- must be a condition i have.....
russell- no rack in the works. suzi is already standing kinda tall. i'd probably scrub a rack off if i had one. besides, it would make me want to bring more stuff.
i'm interested to see how these new shocks feel. unless something changes, that won't be until next season... although my brother and i are discussing a run to ef carson mabe.....could still get in, i think.....
ooh! i drove suzi to work and back. rides nice. always looking forward.
-------------------- '89 kick w/some modifications.
suzi the psychic gets me fishing.
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