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Old 08-18-2013, 02:43 AM
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my buddie had a 82 f250 with a 460 and man he would jump that thing, it had the TTB 4x4 front end, couldnt break it!
If there is anything the TTB front end does well at, (besides wearing tires unevenly) it's taking abuse from jumping.
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If there is anything the TTB front end does well at, (besides wearing tires unevenly) it's taking abuse from jumping.
Too bad my mustang didn't handle jumps well. Barely got her off the ground,bottomed out and cracked the oil pump gears which in turn caused it to develop a knock and bent the rear axle. Now I know how to build a big engine though so hopefully at some point in the next year I'll geta chance to do that for the truck.
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I've thought about getting the 2 inch lift springs bronco graveyard shows for my 2wd f150, that "kit" also claims to come with the camber bushings.
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