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Old 06-06-2006
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so like myself that has access to a full fabrication shop i should be lookin at just grease and new balljoints while i am down there.
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I did my spindle lift this past weekend and it was easy i just used a hammer to get the ball joints free and i didnt mess any of them up. Took about 4 hrs with a few breaks. I did my spindles and aals.
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I did my spindle lift this past weekend and it was easy i just used a hammer to get the ball joints free and i didnt mess any of them up. Took about 4 hrs with a few breaks. I did my spindles and aals.
Might it be different (easier) cause its a mazda?
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just a question???? are there spindles on a 4wd on is it just for u two wheel guys. thanx to whoever answers
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Far as I know, its 2wd only.
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Far as I know, its 2wd only.
just did some googling. it appers to be 2wd only. thanx ne ways
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Might it be different (easier) cause its a mazda?
No my buddy has an edge with the same lift and it went the same way with my mazda they are the same trucks except the body thats the only difference.
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I did my spindle lift this past weekend and it was easy i just used a hammer to get the ball joints free and i didnt mess any of them up. Took about 4 hrs with a few breaks. I did my spindles and aals.
****, I had to use a "pitman arm puller" to get my lower ball joints free. My uppers were cake, and the tie rod arms were cake, but the lowers were giving me probs.

It made a loud *** sound like a gun shot when they came off too, there was SO much pressure on them.

How bad were your AAL's because I'm running on limited tools/jacks (not enough of either) and my jacks don't do high enough to lift her up!

And how much did just your shackles give you? Like 3"?
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aals were a ***** but were there is a will there is a way and my name is Will.
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aals were a ***** but were there is a will there is a way and my name is Will.
hahahah, thats pretty funny.

I'm definetly not doing Add a leafs then...I think I may just sell em, or keep em and have some shop put it on...thye said they would charge 1 hr labor (70 bucks)
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hate to bring up an old thread, but will the spindle and the coil spacer be alignable? or will the 6" kit be alignable with the 3" coil and control arms? i think you guys know why i am asking this. i want this before the system goes in.
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anyone?
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??????
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Well, you're asking a couple edge guys about coil springs. Try asking RangerJustin or Gay-Briel
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Felt I should reply since I started the thread...

I have NOOO idea. lol Sorry
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hey i was just wondering what the difference between long and short leaf springs are??
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haha! i love jrpro130s price list! case of beer is a defent must have! haha...nice..i love the way your truck sits ricky!! i just have the tbar crank and 31s...hopefully i can get some spindles and 33s soon!
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