same question applied to all electrical zero emission cars.. thanks!
i have a 1985 chevy scottsdale, i want to make it 4wd, the front end looks like it has the right holes to mount leaf springs and run a straight axle, i was just wondering if i could do that.
i have seen trucks put blocks between the axel and leaf springs for a small lift. i was wondering how hard is it to do this to a jeep. i know jeeps leaf springs go under the axel so can't i just flip...
i am looking to take a leaf spring out of my rear leaf pack in my 86 toyota so it is softer. any suggestions
our 1992 dodge d 150 has spring suspension up front and leaf springs in the back we have a 2.5 inch spring lift kit already. what size lift blocks should i get to make the truck level?
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