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Old 07-17-2013, 03:51 PM
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I wanted to ask if you could get away with not sliding the 4 wheel frame section into the 2 wheel frame? Assuming you put a big enough lift on the truck so the diff doesn't hit the cross member is there anything that would not allow a person to just bolt the axle to the 2 wheel spring perches and bolt the power steering box on? I realize there is more to it but just in very basic terms
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