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Old 05-29-2003, 06:21 AM
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I know that technically a 74IH truck is not a hot rod but when Im done Im hoping that it will be one heck of a sleeper. My question is does any one know how to lower the front end of a truck with IFS other than cutting or heating the springs? There is not alot of aftermarket stuff available and I dont wnt to completely mickeymouse the front end for obvious reasons.

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Lower the front end? I don't think so.
The definition of a "sleeper" is a vehicle that appears bone-stock usually down to the stock size wheels and tires but has a heart-stopping, mood-altering, absolutely screaming high HP engine with "quiet" exhaust that allows you to slide up next to an unsuspecting dork in a 5.0 Mustang and blow his freakin' doors off from a rolling start.
The stock size tire thing makes the rolling start much more effective than a smoke-producing sideshow with no forward motion.
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call some of theys folks they can make a shorter spring that will carry your trucks load...just tell them how much shorter you want them to be & they can be made, had to do it for my bro's 39 Dodge. I f you can find what you need do a "SEARCH" under Automotive coil springs...joe
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