There is really not that much material that has to be removed. It's really just the lip of it. I was going to this way back when but I don't bang the coilbucket everyday so I didn't bother.TJ Kretschmar said:
uh, no... i think you're just being paranoid aranoid:TJ Kretschmar said:
What rain? It's not like the Midwest, to the east, has not been getting any water lately...:huh:jguns2002 said:I haven't forgotten about pix. It has been raining like crazy here & I haven't felt like standing in the rain to take them.
I hear you. 11 inches of rain this week.Treebasher said:What rain? It's not like the Midwest, to the east, has not been getting any water lately...:huh:
Yes it weakens it. Will it make it fail? Probably not. It doesn't get shock-loaded unless you remove the bumpstops from your lower a-arm and that's what would cause it to possibly fracture.TJ Kretschmar said:
jguns2002 said:Sorry Guys...I've been running like crazy for the past 10 days & haven't had time. I've driven 2500 miles in that time & just haven't been able to get the camera out yet. I'll try to get them on Mon or Tues.
Treebasher said:There was a writeup(w/pics) on this a while back.
Not the stock arms but you get the idea.cmacclel said:I tried searching and could not find this thread. Could you provide a link
The shock itself limits droop travel...and the stock shocks aren't happy doing that job for long...If the upper control arm doesn't hit the spring bucket anymore what hits at full droop now?