polly bushings would prob help that. DavidFlake said:
Unfortunately no, they were poly, just too much weight too far out and the bushings are too small in the first place. Dodge should have used 1.5" OD bushings not 1". Oh well, guess I'll see if my Orbit eye Alcan springs eliminate my problem. Good luck with the bidding.thesasquach said:polly bushings would prob help that. DavidFlake said:
The swap will give you a much stronger rear axle and a more desirable gear ratio.ksplowboy1976 said:Kinda off topic with what you guys are talking about, But I have a buddy with a 82 or 83 K-20 chevy, I am pretty sure it is a dana front and a 14 bolt rear, I am after the lower gears, I am sure it is at least 3.73's.
I have the damned old 3.55 in my 91 w-150, and want to get lower, I can buy both axles for about $300, wheels included.
In your opinions, should I just replace the ring and pinnions in my axles, or buy the other axles? I already am running 16" tires so that isnt a problem.
any ideas are great!