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Sup layitlow peeps!! I just made the holes for my cylinders to pass thru the frame up front. But I also noticed that it looks like the upper a arm shaft might b in the way. Is there a certain type of shaft that I need to buy. Or will I b good?
 

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If you used the shock bolt hole as the center point for the hole, the cylinder will hit the a-arm shaft.
 

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cut a coil ring in half not a stock coil more like a 4 ton or 4.5 ton cut the bar center out and weld the half ring to the bars so it will clear the stroke :thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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this is what he is talking about with using a half wrap with a 4 ton spring
 

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this is what he is talking about with using a half wrap with a 4 ton spring
THATS WHAT IM TALKING ABOUT THAT SHIT WILL WORK ON STREET CAR AND MONSTER HOPPERS TRUST ME :thumbsup::thumbsup:
 

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What if I just heat the shaft up till it's red then hit with a hammer to give just enough play for my cylinder?? U think that might work??
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That's a terrible idea, you're gonna make it weak as shit. Just do it right, you're gonna want to add some reinforcement to that area anyway. It's really not that hard to do if you know how to weld, I'd say it will be easier than pulling the arm off and adding the half circle of coil; but it won't be any harder.
 

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its like burger king we dont make till you order it lol
 
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