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Old 07-08-2011, 11:21 AM
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HELP! on 67 chev 4x4 all over the road.

I have a old OE 1967 chev 3/4 ton 4x4. the running gear was old
and tired. I converted to disk D$$ up front, 14 bolt gov-lov out back,
400 SBC, 465/205. Lot of work and converted it to PS. All in the gargae
type thing. She is new 4" lift nothing high, brand new PS box, alignment.
I have tall/skinny 255/85R16 Maxxis bighorns tires.
My HELP is this thing feels very unstable, steering, wondering etc...
I was on a site and forgot which one, but some old guys know of the trick(s)
to tighten up this issue. I cannot figure it out. I am afraid to take on freeway.
Scary at 50. Plus rocking which I think it needs double front shocks, not just one. Man this is not pleasnat to drive and want to now that she is done.
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lifted geometry

Lifting a truck change change the geometry. running bigger tires with different centerline contact points, etc etc, more parts and $ $ needed, mabe steering stabalizer Croswise shock) new pitman arm 4 X $ forum guys will have more answers. 30 years ago I bought a real high Jeep FC 4 X 4 with SBC, big tires, I took about 8 inches out of it ,,
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