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    i want the back lower what should i do
    i dont want c notch .the cylinders are welding to axle and i have 3 inch blocks and all leafs what should i do


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    sorry here is the pic link
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    Damn, triple fail



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    thanks for that pic i could not load it but firefly found it so any help on what i should do

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    Wow... lets point out problems to address:

    1) You're relying on tack welds to hold your "cylinder mount" in place. Not good, should be full beads, seriously.

    2) You've got the cylinder mounted to high. I can't tell if you welded to a sleeve or the cylinder itself. If you welded to a sleeve, drop the rear and trim the sleeve 4" if you've got enough clearence room above the cylinder. This will have the frame sitting on the axle housings as it is right now according to your measurement of space between the axle housing and frame.

    3) You should have pulled the middle two leaves from the spring pack. This will get you lower as well. Leave the top leaf and bottom leaf aka the main leaf and helper leaf.

    4) Ditch the bump stop if you want to go as low as possible.

    Now, with that said, I'd really like to see the way you set up the front.

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    Originally posted by tanguy34@Oct 23 2010, 01:19 PM~18887895
    i dont want c notch .the cylinders are welding to axle* and i have 3 inch blocks and all leafs what should i do
    ]http://www.layitlow.net/pics/1010/3back ram.jpg[/IMG]
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