Tire pressure. 30-40# is probably enough.I wonder what is the best way to make it ride softer in rear and still keep the factory ride height? Its not empty but realistically the weight in the bed is 4-500 Lbs-2 full size spares,toolbox,battery, and a cooler...
Which of your hangers do this?
I’m thinking about going this route
jimbo should of included a linkMy hangers & a stock height 56" chevy spring will net 4" lift with no block & a good ride.
honestly it's difficult to give a solid answer to that because it all depends on so many things - ya just have to get a set of springs, put 'em in, and 'see what you end up with', and adjust from there. I went through three sets of leafs before coming to the correct ones for my setup, and 4WP knew what I was doing in advance and had no problem playing 'musical leaf springs' with me until I found the correct ones - returning what didn't 'work' until I found the right set, and had no problem accepting back a set so long as they weren't damaged or such.If I use these rough county lifted leaf springs and do the shackle flip will I end up level with the front??
I said they will delete the block!I just reread mopar572 post about the rough country lifted springs won’t delete the blocks. I specifically asked the guy in the phone if it would delete the blocks even the factory one and he said it would 😡😡😡😡. Ok so it looks like I’m gonna have to do a shackle flip too then. If I use these rough county lifted leaf springs and do the shackle flip will I end up level with the front?? I don’t want the South Carolina squat look.......
I have a 74 RC SE with GM axles under it. Quite embarrassing. Thankfully I have some replacement 74 axles to go under it later. It came with 3.55 gears from the factory. Not sure what the 74 axles I have under the parts rig are. Haven't lookedMy Skyjacker 4" lift doesnt ride bad at all. Maybe I have low expectations, though. I haven't yet owned one of these modern fu-fu glam trucks with wi-fi muffler bearings and power Fetzer valves. Wheels are centered in the wells and I didn't have to permanently modify my truck. No judgement but when looking at a truck for sale I tend to lose interest quickly when I see a Jeep with Ford engine riding on GM axles. Might be awesome but I dont like research projects when I need to replace something.
Not to get too far off topic, but here goes....I would have no problem running a full floating 14 bolt rear. Fortunately I have a few D60 and D70 to use before I think about that route.