I accidentally sent this to a single member of the list, when I wanted all
of you to see it.
In thinking of low, I heard a story from "No Limit" awhile back. Seems a
guy brings his F$#d Effie in to have the guys at "No Limit" to check out for
him. He had bought the truck partially because of it's great slamed in the
weeds stance. Bu, as he drove it, it seemed to ride awfully rough and
harsh. When the guys checked it our, it seemed the PO had removed the
springs and xhocks and had weled the beam axle directly to the frame. Nice
low stance, save money on springs shackles, shocks and those costly spring
bumpers. Just watch out for any bumps.
'55 1st 5-window 3100
----- Original Message -----
From: "Joseph Rennie Weertz" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Oletruck list" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 21, 2000 9:44 PM
Subject: [oletrucks] classic truck mag.
> Did anyone see then new classic trucks mag? It has the finishing touches
> on the "High Tech HAuler" and that trucks looks HOT. I want my truck to
> sit like that. Could I get that stance without IFS? I can't get that
> picture out of my mind, classic and low, what a combo. Has anyone used
> the droped axel that Butch's Rod Shop sells or fabricated their own from
> spare I-beam axels? I am thinking dropped axel,
> re-worked springs and shackles and a big soft joust bumper (just in case
> of bumps). And 17's in front and 17's (mAYBE 18's) in the rear. Stop
> talking about the rules and discuss my 50's in the weeds suspension.
> thanks for the help, this list has gotten me through the winter which is
> so hard causeI cannotfind time to work on my truck asmuch as I would like.
> And a big thanks for helping me to have a running start as the spring and
> summer approach.
> joe weertz
> 50 3100
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
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