are bobbed deuce shocks necessary?

Francis89

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That’s a good idea to remove a few of the leafs and add bags. I’m running with the heavy stack springs in the rear. I agree that shocks in the rear probably won’t do much of anything. I guess it would be to keep a good wear pattern on the tires for the rear more than ride comfort. My front shocks mounts are the original angled mounts. I just reamed them straight up to correct the angle a bit till I can get new mounts. I have 5 or 6 inch leaf mount drop brackets in the rear. The driveline angle in the rear is correct. Pinion is pointing at the t/case.



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