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Discussion in '1992-Present Chevy & GMC models' started by tjayandlisa, Jun 23, 2002.
Just seeing who some of the sfa conversion people are...
I dont have a sfa conversion but welcome to the baord /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
thanks love the what not to do on your site...
I like your site too, Really nice truck! /forums/images/icons/ooo.gif
I'm a SFA wanna be (93 K2500).
Hey im in the middle of my sfa swap and ive been looking for anyone out there for advice and or pics but i havent gotten anyone to respond yet but I will be glad to help in any way i can if you are gonna go this way also!!!!!!!!If youve got any advice to give or pics please let me know.Ive fabbed the front spring hangers and cut off the stock pieces and am in work fabricating the shackle hangers in the rear of the front springs and Im using 56" rear springs in the front and keeping the 63" stock springs in the rear......Dana 60 (chevy) and sm465np203/205 and ff 14 bolt!!!!
I talked with you about it over on ORC but yeah I'm over here too, and I'm starting mine weds. /forums/images/icons/cool.gif
im sfa, i talked to u on the other board too. (96chevysfa)
to mud dog, i think you put up a posy a while back and i had some info i did not get to respond with. has to do with rear hangers on the front springs. in the article i have you can use rear spring hangers from the rear of 73-87 two wheel drives four wheel models are to long. the article also used rear springs from earlier model chevy. they used 8-inch springs from skyjacker with the overload and shortest leaf removed. he then used 5.5" rear leafs from skyjacker with the short leaf added, that was removed from the front. he had to use 3" blocks to level the whole thing out. thought about using shackle flip, instead of adding short leaf and 3" block for the rear. hope this helps. if anything else e-mail me at email@example.com <font color="orange"> </font color>
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