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I am putting pumps on my 94 toyota truck and I am going with prohopper stuff and wanted to know if anyone out there has an opinion on what I should use for the front setup. Should I go with hyme joints or pivot extensions for the connection to the lower control arm. Or does anyone have any better ideas on what would make it rock solid.
Any other opinions on the truck setup would be cool as well, going to start the install in the next 2 weeks.
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i've got torsion bars on the front of my Blazer, and i put the cylinders on a milling machine, centered them up and drilled a 1/2" hole through the cylinders, same for the back, i'm not sure if this is different or if people been doin it for years, just thought i'd give an idea,..i guess it couldn't be more rock soild then that. i only lost about 1" on stroke, but my front end wouldn't stretch that far anyways, so i'm good on that, only draw back i found
 

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I have a 89 toyota truck and i used power balls on the front, works mint!!!
 
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