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Old 04-21-2006, 12:32 PM
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bunny hoppin

i was wonderin how to stop my truck from hoppin all over the place when i get on it i know its going to end up breakin stuff

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My Chevelle done that till I put traction bars on it. Try that. Should stop it. Hg
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Yeah... thats about the only way to stop it from jumping. they're fairly in expensive and are pretty easy to install.
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i had a 70 javelin way back when that did the same thing and cheap traction bars did the trick.if both shocks are on one side of the rear end it would probably stop if you stagger the shocks like they did with camaros or maybe even just change the angle of the shocks but bars would most likely be easier.
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who would have traction bars for my pickup the springs are on top of the rearend
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what kind of truck,springs and shocks do you have?are both shocks on the front or on the rear side of rear end or are they staggered and how much of an angle are the shocks at now?
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what kind of truck,springs and shocks do you have?are both shocks on the front or on the rear side of rear end or are they staggered and how much of an angle are the shocks at now?

Its probably the worn out rubber spring eye bushings.

Install urethane bushings, clamp the front spring leaves, and decent stiff shocks.
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