Most Evil Member!
- May 9, 2010
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- Louisville, KY
The load is transfered from two points on either side of the car, the wheels, to the axle maybe 6" away from the shock. Where as when ya jack from the pumpkin now you have all the load in one spot that then transfers that load 2.5 ft away from the shock that then moves the body. See the difference?
Think about how thin and flimsy the factory upper and lower control arms are. The rear end is a massively strong piece that deals with some serious abuse and weight distribution as a whole.
When’s the last time you heard of someone breaking or warping their rear end housing?!?!
Go ahead and think about it and let me k ow when you can think of any.
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