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Old 10-12-2010, 10:18 AM
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alignment ?on ttb D50 Adding leafs w/o drop brackets

had a set of factory dana 50 leaf packs that i cut the ends off of. took the two upper springs and arched them up about 3 inches to add to my existing 2 front springs for my D60 swap when i get it ready. My truck needs about 2.5 inches up front to sit level. Could I add the leaf springs now currently using my 50 without getting axle pivot drop brackets? I know i would have to get an alignment but will it be too much angle to have corrected? Dont wanna waste my time if it wont work. Thanks guys
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Old 10-13-2010, 06:37 AM
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Remove your rear blocks..if you just want it level.. When you do your D60 those springs will ride like a up for SD springs and a RS will be much happier
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