Putting a FWD Caddy on Hydraulics
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  1. #1
    Aspiring Poster
    Join Date
    Nov 2003


    How hard is it to do this and how far would it set me back. I want some F,B,S,S action.....is it possible to 3wheel with a fwd?



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  3. #2
    Baller Poster
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    Albany, NY


    my boy Nick did my old 82' Eldorado FWD cady on juice. i ended up selling it though cuz of the FWD factor, ya gotta get negative wheels so they'll tuck and not stick out, and you can only use mini coils up front unless you do some serious mods, the camber was horrible on mine too but that was 1 thing i loved about it, the rear was independent and the front was as well so the front camber would be crazy negative and the back would be positive so it'd be really silly looking. the back got up MONSTEROUS though for only 10's in the rear. and you can get it to 3 wheel in the front just not while driving and you have to have the emergency brake on otherwise it'll roll away (this did not happen to me! ) we never ended up doing it but you can get a HUGE fucking dogleg out of em' considering how high the back gets up and drive it slowly like that too im sure but that's all I know for now, wish i had pics but i gotta find em'. my boy Jeff that i sold it to just sold it for 4,000 bucks. thing was super clean setup with all leather power interior and a motorized pump rack that lifted out of the truck.

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