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post #47 of (permalink) Old May 7th, 18, 12:35 AM Thread Starter
Geo71
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Re: '72 Greenbrier Wagon Project

Got the arms on this afternoon. Had to trim alittle on the driver front bushing to get it to go in. All the others went in without too much fight. Next free afternoon should have the front back together.

Never tried these bushings before, arms move pretty freely.

Now to decide on what to do with the springs. Cut a coil off the pass side? Put the taller spring in drivers side? Put it together and just run it?
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T-350, PTC 9" converter, 12 bolt, spool, 3.90 gears, MT ET R 275/60/15

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