What are you planning for the BRM intake manifold? Are you going to make your own race pipe? I haven't seen anything that bolts up to that manifold. I have one as well. Just wondering how you are going to hook it up. Thanks.
Should be about 2 inches from what it was. Thats including the taller tires. I want it to sit as low as possible.Any idea on what the total lift will be with the solid front axle?
Its 3 linked. I have a quote from accutune on some fox 2.5 DSC coilovers. only doing 10inch but that is plenty for what I want this to do. Its a daily above anything else so it needs to ride perfect and be able to run some mild stuff offroad. If it where a trail truck I would do ORIs all day.What kind of spring/link setup are you going with?
I have a Scout II and kinda drooled over this setup LINK But then I'm not building a dedicated trail rig anymore so wish list went back to simple SOA.
43" front and 45" rear but im gonna adjust the rear down another inch with shackles. those are 33.9" tiresDo you mind measuring the distance from the ground to the top of the wheel arch? I’m getting ready to do the solid axle swap and I’m curious how much lift you are at.
Im happy to have it back on the road for sure. Was alot of work but it rides amazing now. I lost 1MPG probably ,need to empty this tank first to see, but well worth it IMHO. Still have a few more plans for this thing but atleast I can drive and work on it now.I love this truck. Nice clean work and nice to see it back on the road.
That looks so clean! Does it actually articulate "if" it needs to without hitting\rubbing?Nice to hear your staying low. I like big tires but not miles of lift. I actually moved the body of my Ram back 1 1/4" to get 37's under it without a lift.
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