Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by 84k5, Jun 22, 2001.
This is in the current issue of Four Wheeler. Any thoughts?
Looks like a neet idea. Too bad you can't change a tire with it!
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Hmmm, duno if I like that! It is too close to the hub's dial and I wouldn't want the weight of my rig resting on that part. I think I will stick with the old fashion way to lift my rig off the ground........
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You can do the same thing with beadlocks.
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And you thought your auto hubs didn't work properly before!
I don't think my pretty little center sleeves will hold up to that.........
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So what happens if you want to pick up the rear end?
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just need to upgrade to full floating axles
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but it is on 33's now, with saggy old springs. i am in so cali if ya got any parts for me.
It looks like it'd eat your hub and then spit it back out if it were even a slight bit not right.... you can't change a tire with it.... and who installs show chains by jacking up their truck anyhow? I never have done it that way...! I can see it for like the rut thing... because the high lifts make me nervous with just that little contact of metal holding you up... this looks like it wouldn't slip off... but then you try to drive and go forward and it's on the hub, so that wouldn't work now would it... so um, what exactly does it do better? He he
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