yes , they just get relocated, NOW this is apowerwagon, and i havent looked at my new truck so i dont know if they are different, but the same part number from bds gives the power wagon 4" over stock and all other 2500/3500 6" overstock
Thanks! If I wasn't in school, and had the time I would ditch the Pure Performance arms and build the ones I have been "designing." Don't get me wrong, Pure's arms work as you can see. I just don't like everything about them. Right now I am only using 3 of the 4 arms and it made a bit of difference. The new arms will have to wait even longer, I just picked up an 84 K10 that I'm building.arty018:
your shock mount outside the spring? you could put limiting straps on for no until you get the arms your desgining on...or coil over would work
They are some spring manufactures that will make a super tall coil that will allow you to keep about an 5.5-6" lift ride height, results in a softer spring rate but never the less, keeps your spring in the seat....
Limiting straps are on the list, and I have thought about taller softer coils. Coilovers would be awesome, but I have another project to attend to. As for the upper passenger arm, I took it out. 4 (5 with track bar) links work pretty good but bind, triangulated 4 link work a little better but still reach a binding point, double triangulated 4 links don't bind if set up properly. A 3 link (4 with track bar) won't bind until the joints max out. I basically just removed one of the uppers and recieved more travel. This is what I have been planning out with my "future" long arms, a better/more functional 3 link.
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