Geez, sometimes I ought to check my math...Originally posted by cdsl227
4 less bushings to wear out!
2 for the upper arm, 2 for the lower arm...that equals 8.
only 4 for the leafs!
I don't know about 2nd Gens but my wife thinks ours rides better with the SAS and leafs. I feel a little bit more of the road, but yes it's a truck and I like the ride of a truck.Originally posted by cdsl227
Yeah, maybe if we get enough of these things leaf sprung we can start a movement!
Who wants a truck that rides like a car anyway!
I went looking for 5-on-4.5 to 6-on5.5 adapters...the place I called after searching the Net said they aren't made because they'd have to be 2 piece design.Originally posted by lizardtrac
no.. still running 2 different lug patterns, need to get adaptors for the rear soon, really tired of luggin 2 full size 35" spares around in the back of the truck, gets to be a bit too top heavy.
The Waggy front Dana 44s are 6 on 5.5. The Ford Dana 44s from the EB and F150s are 5 on 5.5. The only difference is the knuckles out. Somebody had to be different. Rick's adapters are one piece but he only had to convert to 5 on 5.5.Originally posted by Rx4phun
isnt the dana 44 a 5 on 5.5 and not a 6 on 5.5. I know Rick has a one piece adapter or at least I am pretty sure
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