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death wooooooooobbbbbbllleeeeeeee

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by supersize75k5, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. supersize75k5

    supersize75k5 OrganDonorRacing.com

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    deeeaaaaath woooobbbbbbbleeeeeeee

    it has resurfaced!



    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh:crazy:


    bring it awn!

    30-35 mph is now a really neet adventure! Just throttle through it!

    bwahahahaha ahhh crappppp!

    I think i have it narrowed down to my non balanced 38's

    I am going to try a shot glass of B B'S per wheel and see what it does, any ideas for the best way to get them in there? deflate the tire and drive on it with another truck?

    hmm, this should be fun, and at 9 am I am in traffic court..I have to drive this in the police station to get there! ahh!

    who takes bets I get pulled over or talked to while going in and out of there?

    :dunno:



    looks like a normal driver to me???..............


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  2. 86chevybanshee

    86chevybanshee 1/2 ton status

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    do you drive it much on the road?
     
  3. meanroy

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    Hey

    Looks riight to me!

    Shouldn't have much trouble with traffic either.

    Roy.
     
  4. supersize75k5

    supersize75k5 OrganDonorRacing.com

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    yes, I would rather drive this instead:grin:

    I sold the plymouth fury, and my 86 is down still and waitimg for me to shoot the paint..then the hot rod project is awaiting sheet metal :(

    I dont get to many problems from city cops just the highway patrol doesn't seem to like me:rotfl:
     
  5. bigyellowjimmy

    bigyellowjimmy 1/2 ton status

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    My rig does the same thing at about the same speed :crazy:

    I found using a good gas shock instead of a traditional hydraulic steering stabilizer shock works pretty well. FYI.......a front shock for a 4" lift fits perfectly.

    I also think my 38" unbalanced bias plies are my problem but since I dont drive on the street (expect for the annual trip to the MVD :angry1: ) I just tolerate it.
     
  6. sled_dog

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    Thought about Parts Mike or WFO steering arms that eliminate the spring? I'm going with that on my rig. Not cause of death wobble, it won't even see the street just cause I like the idea better with 40" of rubber on the end of the axle.


    wait you have a Dana 44 with death wobble??? When did you put that under that rig?
     
  7. supersize75k5

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    uh.....:whistle:

    I parted out the 75...crazy I know...


    then decided I wanted it back, I was going to build a buggy, then I decided that the money from my locked one tons would be a nice way to get rid of my bills:D


    I am now welded in the rear, and a lock right up front...to hell with the d-60, if I find one cheap..good for me I will slap another one in there.

    for now I will smile while pounding on the d-44, I have a good amount of spare shafts to go through before I get tired out it:saweet:

    I would rather throw the money in a doubler, the way I see it if I have a 60 then I "think" I can get crazy on it...leading to more costly breaks "thanks to the dana 60 hype"

    so really I am just saving money by not breaking more exspensive parts with a d60 ..I know I wont have to shell money out for d-60 shafts, hubs ect if I was to break it.

    D44 are easy to come by are too easy to throw parts at!:grin: :deal:


    you guys can have your d-60's, I woulld rather get to wheel my truck then deal with costly repairs or upgrades that will cause me down time. I learned my lesson last time I "needed" a d-60


    I am just looking for reasons to make it make scence
    in my head anyways..:rotfl:
     
  8. supersize75k5

    supersize75k5 OrganDonorRacing.com

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    ohh, made good with my tickets and proved I had my ins.


    so no tickets to pay!

    also no attention pulling into the police parking lot..just a look from a cop out side:blush:
     

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