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only time i seen the ear rip out of the rear end was from over locking or over extending. with 4 pumps and 8 batteries u should be able to stand 3 wheel on both sides. hopefully ur running 14's in the rear
 

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Originally posted by KINGFISH_CUSTOMS@Sep 26 2007, 12:45 AM~8871249
only time i seen the ear rip out of the rear end was from over locking or over extending.  with 4 pumps and 8 batteries u should be able to stand 3 wheel on both sides. hopefully ur running 14's in the rear

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Originally posted by V'SKUSTOMS@Sep 26 2007, 12:40 PM~8873582
I USUALLY WELD A WASHER ON THE OUT SIDE MOUNT TO AVOID THAT. WORKS EVERYTIME FOR ME. ;)

They are talking about the mount not the arm. You can reinforce the mount, but you have to know how to weld cast. ;)
 

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lets see the pics
 

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sounds like on trailing isnt the sane length as the other..they have to match


the trailing arms twist to reduce stress on mounts i would check mounts to maker sure everythings the same
 

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Originally posted by ROCKSOLID84@Sep 27 2007, 09:53 PM~8884543
sounds like on trailing isnt the sane length as the other..they have to match
the trailing arms twist to reduce stress on mounts i would check mounts to maker sure everythings the same
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Originally posted by ROCKSOLID84@Sep 27 2007, 07:53 PM~8884543
sounds like on trailing isnt the sane length as the other..they have to match
the trailing arms twist to reduce stress on mounts i would check mounts to maker sure everythings the same
just fixed it, haven't tried it yet. but thanks for all of the info. ill post pics later. camera is down.
 
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