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Old 09-20-2019, 02:10 PM #16
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So I know this is a 4Runner forum and all, but uhhh ...what's the deal with that old GM on tons with the ORD decal?

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That would be 8low. Bobbed megacab Burb. Locked, Doubler, triple sticks, 40ís. As seen in 4Wheel&Offroad Sept 2019😁
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Iím getting 21.5Ē front & rear from hub to bottom of fenderwell. Are the rear springs supposed to have spacers? Also this decal is a legit upgrade...🤦🏼*♂️
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Nope, no spacers stock, just the cone bump-stop.
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Nope, no spacers stock, just the cone bump-stop.
Cool! That means I can go down! Iíll play around with ride height, see what works.
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Was working on my Spartin install yesterday & got a little zealous with the impact wrench. Broke a bolt on the adjustment ring retainer🤦🏼*♂️. Anyway, it is extracted & I found a replacement. Iím putting my sway bars back on. I saw no noticeable difference in its ability to flex & there was a noticeable wibble wobble during hwy driving. Rearend will be back together tonight. Also picked up a job building sliders on my brothers 4th gen. There will be some rust repair on his frame also. His 4th gen is from Minnesota. Iíll scale the rust off it, patch it as nessassary & then give it a coat of POR-15.
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Iím putting my sway bars back on. I saw no noticeable difference in its ability to flex & there was a noticeable wibble wobble during hwy driving.
Leave the front off and put the rear back on. That should give the most 'balanced' flex. Swaybars for independent suspension is detrimental to flex. Swaybars on a solid axle can 'balance' the compression vs. roll rates of the suspension due to inboard mounted springs.

Maximum travel in the front with stock arms and bump stops is 8.5" or so. 25.25" full extension, 16.75" full compression (Upper ball joint limited on droop, weight of truck on bump stops with no springs for compression). So, set your ride height with that in mind. You can get more droop with new upper arms, but you need to make sure your front shocks can handle it.

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Leave the front off and put the rear back on. That should give the most 'balanced' flex. Swaybars for independent suspension is detrimental to flex. Swaybars on a solid axle can 'balance' the compression vs. roll rates of the suspension due to inboard mounted springs.

Maximum travel in the front with stock arms and bump stops is 8.5" or so. 25.25" full extension, 16.75" full compression (Upper ball joint limited on droop, weight of truck on bump stops with no springs for compression). So, set your ride height with that in mind. You can get more droop with new upper arms, but you need to make sure your front shocks can handle it.

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Cool, Iíll throw the front back on only. Tell me this, if you take tire firmest out of the equation, what ride height is best for the most ďactionĒ out of your suspension? It seems to me that stock would give the best balance of up & down travel. Suppose a person was willing to sacrifice sheet metal to achieve the low stance with a decent size tire.
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I meant Iíll leave the front off & throw the rear back on.
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Well I ****ed up. I either did not get all of the instructions with my Spartan, or they just have piss poor ones. Anyway. Drove my rig to town today with locker installed. It was basically a spool. Started doing a little more research & found some instructions on Randyís Ring & Pinion web sight that clued me into what is wrong. I left the side gear thrust washers in. There is not enough clearance for the rear to disengage. Anyway, Iíll get that pulled back apart & fixed tonight.
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Got those thrust washers out from behind my side gears & my locker works as it should.
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Trip report. I had both front & rear sway bars off for a couple of weeks. It was doing a wibble wobble coming off bridges at HWY speeds. We went to WY this weekend & I threw the rear sway bar back on before we left. It was better but not enough. Iíll be putting the front one back on. It would go into a wibble wobble at 70. High winds & a heavy load played a part. We had 4 people & 3 dogs. All of our gear & a cooler weíre on top of the rig. The Spartin is going to go also as soon as I can afford to buy a factory e-locker. Itís just too unruly for street use IMO. Id say after this trip a supercharger, shocks, rear springs, front sway bar, air compressor, & a selectable Locker are on the list!
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