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Old 01-05-2009, 09:22 AM
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Originally Posted by C. Boyer
That's what I did and the smoothness is insane. Remove the front driveshaft and have it fabricated so it doesnen't bottom out. I did that too. You have to measure the compression and droop, NOT JUST YOKE TO YOKE. The 78 has 12-14 inches of wheel travel so you may have to cut the rear of the front fender a little bit. It drives strait as an arrow, on and of road. Through whoops it's in an insane difference!

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