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i installed a 4 pump 10 batt. setup in my 76 caprice. 14s in the back. 10 batt are straight across the back.60v to the front 36 to the back. the car will not roll 3 or stand 3. i still have the rear sway bar on. will that fuck it up?
i have tried lifting 1 rear stroke at a time.
i have tried bringing the rear up and dumping the appropriate side.
i have tried both of those rolling and stopped.
let me know what to try next. i have never seen or heard of before.
 

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Personally, I would start by replacing the rear axle and taking off the sway bar... that's exactly what the sway bar does, it stops independent side to side movement of the rear end, it helps reduce body roll... next, is your frame completely wrapped??? If not, that is VERY important to the life of your car to have a strong frame, especially with 4 pumps and 10 batteries, not to mention the twisting the frame goes through when trying to 3 wheel...
 

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aint gonna do shit with that sway bar on.....take it off...only takes a few minutes to pop those couple bolts off

clean car from what i can see btw
 

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TURN THE WHEEL BEFORE U PRESS TEH GAS DUMP THE CORNER AND HIT THE GAS DAT TIPPS MY CAR OVER ON 3 IN A HEART BEAT HITS THE BUMPER
 

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remove the sway bar homie
 

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even with reinforcing frame you better fiberglass the shit (my bad) outta those 1/4 panels ... those body caprice ,impala's have a tendancy to buckle .. past the tire well

if you dont know, now ya know!
 

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YOU NEED AT LEAST 48 VOLTS TO LIFT A 3 WHEEL. ANY LESS ISNT ENOUGH JUICE. TRUST ME.
 

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oh and the sway bar is countering the 3 wheel, take that bitch off. i dont have one and it dont seem much differnt to me
 

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Originally posted by pimpoldscutlass81@Sep 1 2005, 03:02 AM~3731561
YOU NEED AT LEAST 48 VOLTS TO LIFT A 3 WHEEL. ANY LESS ISNT ENOUGH JUICE. TRUST ME.

My car pops right up in three on 36 volts. :dunno:



OHHH And loose the sway bar...... :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by CHIPPIN 64@Sep 1 2005, 07:49 AM~3732140
My car pops right up in three on 36 volts. :dunno:
OHHH And loose the sway bar...... :biggrin:

you can make an impala 3 wheel easy with anything :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by pimpoldscutlass81@Sep 1 2005, 01:34 PM~3733155
you can make an impala 3 wheel easy with anything  :biggrin:

True.....true.... :biggrin: :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by pimpoldscutlass81@Sep 1 2005, 02:02 AM~3731561
YOU NEED AT LEAST 48 VOLTS TO LIFT A 3 WHEEL. ANY LESS ISNT ENOUGH JUICE. TRUST ME.
my g body has had 36 v to the rear forever and it stand 3 all day 48v is to fast for mee on the back
 

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Originally posted by tufly@Sep 1 2005, 03:14 PM~3734148
my g body has had 36 v to the rear forever and it stand 3 all day 48v is to fast for mee on the back

does it have a v6? :uh:
 

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Discussion Starter · #20 ·
no it has a 350 and i put a bridge in from spring tower to tower made of 2.5 x 2.5 under a 6" x .25 plate, but never put on the chains.
 
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