e30dean wrote:That looks like a very clean setup. How come you had to shave down the shock bracket, is yours bent?
LukeSlater wrote:I like it! How much did you end up lifting it?
itsmehb wrote:Really like how your working the front end over. Should have a solid basis for any off road set ups you might have in mind.
angryspic78 wrote:Wow beautiful beautiful work and set up
spartancub wrote:WOW! This is amazing! Great job! I have the same truck essentially (but its a 1999 Honda Passport). I would love to lift it and get bigger wheels/tires, but I don't know the first thing about how the suspension works, how to do it, how much it will cost, etc. Is there somewhere online that might have the basics so I can learn about this? Again, great job man! Your truck is my dream truck!
spartancub wrote:ya, you wouldn't believe it unless you heard it yourself.... i was coming home from work going about 65 mph - all of a sudden it sounded like the axle/wheel was tearing off the vehicle! I went off the road to get out of traffic and it sounded like the wheel had seized up or something? Brought to a mechanic because I had no idea what was wrong, he said it was my ball joint/tie rod on the DRIVER SIDE.... idiot. I told him it was the front passenger side - he said no and this would fix it. Embarassed to say $500 later - it didn't fix it. Sigh. So I finally figured it out for myself..... and all good now! Putting the new tone ring on this weekend and hopefully that will clear the ABS light that I have on the dash (ran the codes for that and it seems to be FL and FR sensors for ABS). We'll see..... LOL.
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