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Member Since 26 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active Mar 15 2018 09:38 PM

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In Topic: Simple painless engine wiring into any vehicle.

30 January 2018 - 06:36 PM

You send in your existing wire harness, he modifies then sends it back?


In Topic: 70 521 "lina bear"

30 January 2018 - 12:56 AM

Been keepin a lil busy. Cleaned detailed and got my parts back from the powdercoating. Love it. Even matches my box.

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In Topic: 74 610 Goon

27 January 2018 - 02:17 PM

No one, least of all me, believes this. The owner has a vested interest in denying it's a very bad idea. Yeah camber does wear tires or all cars would have it and not worry about adjusting it out.

I have alot of camber on my truck up front. Ran the same tires for 2.5 years daily driven. Driven to oregon and everywhere i went. Yeah the tire wore down only on half of it. But since my toe was correct the tire ran down jist as if it was nice and flat on the road and i still have them in my garage in good conditions to top it off it was a 205 50 on a 15x11 lol

In Topic: 74 610 Goon

27 January 2018 - 08:29 AM

When the wheel fit's like this it not the correct offset.


Mad camber is not a fix for poor rim choice. Two wrongs do not make one right. Good luck with the tire wear, increased toe in and the poor handling. Stick with the solid axle and run flairs.

Lol the irs wagon has been driven thousand of miles. No issues. No tire wear. If youre good enough there are many ways to correct toe. Camber doesnt kill tires.

In Topic: 74 610 Goon

27 January 2018 - 01:45 AM

Just get the correct wheel rim and drive it. There's no advantage to IRS and certainly not worth the bother.

It'll fit.
Irs will deff help.