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Old 12-08-2012, 09:26 PM
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broken front springs need help!!!!!!!!

would two inch raised springs be to much for the stock TTB handle and would i need drop brackets and a pitman arm? my springs are shot and cant afford a rsk and D60 SWAP since i lost my job input would be great thanks pics too
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Old 12-08-2012, 09:33 PM
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i doubt a drop would be needed to only go up 2 inches, i do have the drop bracket in my garage floor for the 4 inch lift tho, we used the 4 inch drop on 6 inch spring lift on a ttb needed a pitman arm something serious, but at only 2 inches i think that could just be adjusted out easily with a proper allignment, good luck
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would two inch raised springs be to much for the stock TTB handle and would i need drop brackets and a pitman arm? my springs are shot and cant afford a rsk and D60 SWAP since i lost my job input would be great thanks pics too
You may, you may not.

if not you will need maxed out camber bushings to align it
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