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I'll ignore that last comment... there's nothing but ice and snow here for 9 months of the year, besides what's the fun in that?
Tires are cheap enough... in fact they could be the originals they are so cracked on the sidewalls.
I was thinking of a panhard bar but thats for side to side motion isn't it? A traction bar is the big bar that goes under the diff and connects up to a mated yolk thats under the tranny Xmember isn't it?
I know MM has one for the stang any chance it may work with our trucks?
NONE of that matters if the shocks and springs and/or bushings are shot....
if those are to be true no amount of traction bars, panhard bars or weight will stop wheel hop...
Wheel hop is mostly cause by the Shock inability to stop the rapid rebound...Stiffer shocks really help....
My shocks are gone on my truck and the springs are still pretty good... I got 800 pounds of weight in the bed and I still get wheel hop and its pretty violent... simple fix is take off like normal or replace the shock....which I am too lazy to do
Rule#1...NEVER argue with an Idiot...they only drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience...!!! Chevrolet....the only thing faster than my zipper...!
Originally Posted by ymeski
Not a spankable offense...unless "raider" does it.