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Old 09-07-2011, 12:19 PM
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I see, didn't know that about the springs. Good luck, I am not at all a good fabricator but have a welder and was able to make the rear suspension work well on my ford. If you are a good fabricator I'm sure you can come up with a good setup. I really like pulling parts out of junkyards as they are really cheap, and usually designed well, maybe just need to tweak a few parts, and as long as you can get it to fit you basically get just as good a product as aftermarket. I ended up changing the stamped steel links from the durango watts link and made my own links with round tubing, much stronger, the rest of the suspension is just as good as aftermarket. The 4th gen rear suspension would be good for you, it is a really good/strong suspension.
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