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Need drop drag link

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by Smurfmobile85, Dec 18, 2004.

  1. Smurfmobile85

    Smurfmobile85 1/2 ton status

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    I am posting this for Brent. He is swapping in his dana 60 and is in need of a drop drag link so he can make the new years run. If anybody in Seattle area knows where he can get one to use or buy cheap let us know. Thanks! Doug
     
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    Brent is going to borrow my draglink and pitman arm for the run so his rig will be good to go!
     
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    hey pooh, got me a trailer and a truck, so count me in.....
     
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    I am also considering one. Any used ones around? How much for new?
     
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    for what? Trucks? Trailers? Draglinks?
     
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    Ah, you know, the steering draglink? Need a dropped one to get my angle down? If I can't find one, I'll need to run a limiting strap to keep from snapping the ends when drooooooop.
     
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    do you run crossover or not?
     
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    Ah, good question. I don't have crossover yet. Too much money right now. Just need to get by for the time being.

    (person opinion warning) Plus, I think crossover is a wasted middle step to what everyone will end up with anyway, FULL-HYDRO. That's my goal............
     
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    if you want a dropped draglink for your push/pull setup I think you can get them from Superlift or Skyjacker. You can also tap your 4x4 box and run hydro assist w/o crossover.
     

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