of course you can do it that way as well, just make sure you do it right. I have been scared this christmas holiday by one ford reverse shackle setup. They put the top bolt holes at the bottom of the frame, and now the pinion angle is way up high!!! if you want cheap and easy this is the way to go about it
Haha yah AK, didn't we just go through this on the other forum?! hahaha. But yah, I could use some help to make sure I get the right ones and then bring it over to the shop to beef them up. Thanx everyone for the input.
Lightnin, is that shackle angle right? I thought you wanted the shackle to be on the other side. Like, if you mirrored the shackle to the other side like that (Flipped sides) that'd be about optimal for shackle angle. Just asking...
If anybody has a second set of front spring hangers, I'd be willing to take them off their hands. Not too expensive to get from the net, but its the same thing lol.
Naw, no harm intended. Just messin with ya. Tend to do that alot, got that kind of personality to where I joke around and mess with everyone. Just habit i guess, haha. But yah. Just clarifying it up for ya.
I'm searching for rear bench seat belts with retractors and buckles for a 1980 - 1986 Bronco in black or blue like shown on the pictures for example.
I am from Germany so shipping would be awesome ;-)
Please make me an offer with pictures if anybody have what I'm searching for (y)
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