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i gotta 94 chevy s-10 with hydros, its got 2 pumps and 4 batts, 8 inch cyliders in front and 10 in back, if i were to put 14 in back would that push my drive shaft into my tranny??? im tryin to do a standing 3, if you got any better suggestions let me know thanx
 

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i already got the chain bridge, when i try to do a 3 i have to have someone push the corner down, then the corners down the front tire comes bout an inch off the ground but when you let off of it it goes back down.....it does a pretty good roaling 3 though
 

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you posted only four batts.

are you sure you have enough volts/amps to lift it???

the homies gave you some good tips already.

on a 3 wheel you may need 4 more batts.

place them along the sides, closest to the rear. this will give you better weight leverage.

how many switches do you have and can you do a rolling 3 wheel?

sounds like your trying to do a power 3???

:cheesy: ,

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Originally posted by Cruz_Campos@Oct 5 2003, 07:50 PM
you posted only four batts.

are you sure you have enough volts/amps to lift it???

the homies gave you some good tips already.

on a 3 wheel you may need 4 more batts.

place them along the sides, closest to the rear. this will give you better weight leverage.

how many switches do you have and can you do a rolling 3 wheel?

sounds like your trying to do a power 3???

:cheesy: ,

cc
ihave 10 switches, and i dont see why it wouldnt be enough amps/volts my truck hopps about 3' when there fully charged and yah i can do a roaling 3
 

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YOU NEED AN EXTRA PUMP ONE TO EACH REAR CORNER
 
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