I explored that possibility, but it seemed to only lower the bump strike by 1.5-1.75” before I was worried about possibly hitting the shock shaft. There still would need to be a hole in the bed to fill with nitrogen from my crude mockup. Also, I think significant structure would have been required to keep the bump strike pad from ripping off the axle, and there is a lot of stuff in that area.Question. Could you have moved the bump back and built a platform for it to hit off the back of the axle lower? Or would the force be too much and either rip it off the rear end or twist the axle on the springs and cause failure?
it is mighty funny knowing whats going to cum and these guys dont know it yet. be prepared for the surprised cum blast ya fags!The truck is built and driving. I am finally dragging the build thread out of the dailies and documenting my incompetence for the enjoyment of all 12 of you.