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  1. Leemakesmepee
  2. dustybumpers
    03-31-2011 04:19 PM - permalink
    dustybumpers
    thanks for the reps. if you need info on replacing the floors, just ask. Charlie
  3. BRay09
    12-09-2010 11:47 PM - permalink
    BRay09
    so thats pretty much a cheaper way to lift a truck using factory springs. Cool. I like that idea. Is it a pain to install vs. lift kits
  4. oreocreaming
    12-09-2010 07:50 PM - permalink
    oreocreaming
    degree block/degree shim its a wedge shaped block that you put between your axle and spring to bring your pinion angle to where it should be when you lift it. shackle reversal is where you hard mount the spring in the front and move the shackle to the rear. 92-97 F-250/F-350 front shackle reversal - Sky's Off-road Design a shackle flip kit is for the rear, it turns your hanger upside down and gives you 4 1/2" of lift so you can remove the block, or get 8 1/2" lift in the rear. Ford Rear Shackle Flip Kit - Sky's Off-road Design
  5. oreocreaming
    12-09-2010 06:31 PM - permalink
    oreocreaming
    I've got a 4" spring, 4 1/4" shackle reversal, 1" degree block and 3" body lift. When I was running 42's I was only running 4" spring, 1 1/2" body lift and 1" degree block. If you measure from the top of your front leaf to the bottom of the frame I can tell ya how much spring lift you have
  6. oreocreaming
    12-08-2010 07:23 PM - permalink
    oreocreaming
    they will be there soon. Sent em yesterday. Just set the bed on the frame and she's good to g.
  7. oreocreaming
    12-06-2010 11:56 PM - permalink
    oreocreaming
    ya, goin out first thing in the morning. sorry i didnt get them out sooner, i havent been home much. i only found 4 out of the 6 so after the shipping i will refund the remaining balance.
  8. BRay09
    09-02-2010 09:42 PM - permalink
    BRay09
    Yeah. The only thing left on the motor for the emissions is the EGR. All the plumbig and check valves have been removed from the motor. The TAB/TAD (only has one unlike my 89) has the vac lines plugged off. So i thought that i could just put the white line from the EVR to the vac tree and just lose the plastic canister. Was i wrong in thinking this? if i am, i need to figure out what I need to do because i took that off of my 89 that i am having problems with also. Could be a link?
  9. Conanski
    08-31-2010 09:39 PM - permalink
    Conanski
    I don't have a pic but what emissions devices do you have left on the motor? EGR?

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  • About BRay09
    Biography
    17 years old with a big passion for trucks.
    Location
    Elyria, OH
    Interests
    My truck!!
    2 Letter State/Province (use "--" for outside USA/
    OH
    Country
    USA
    Make
    Ford
    Model
    F-250
    Year
    1989
    Current Mileage
    25,000 - 49,999
    Miles per year
    1,000 - 4,999
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    Guzzy
    1989 F250 Custom
    351W with Crane 444232 Cam, 1.7RR in GT40 heads, summit shorties (waiting on Pacesetter LTs)

    Isn't the fastest thing, but we will pull your house down

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