At some point you've got to realize that you live in Washington Al,
The front is pretty soft but not to soft, its a ruf springs with the overload spring off and a leaf from the front springs. it should flex pretty darn good, need to get the pitman arm on before i can fully flex it, and 63's in the rear are the plan, the springs i had when i bought the truck are going to invert into the frame and be no bueno.How stiff are those springs?
In a light truck, the suspension has to be SUPER soft to flex well. To that end, get 1/2t chevy 63" springs. They were in just about every truck chevy made from the mid 90s through today. Last time I went to LKQ, they had like 5 sets to pick from, which made it easy to just pick whichever set was easiest to remove.
Don't you have a 40 that hasnt been touched in like 2 years?Stealing greaser’s engine for another rig is great progress...
Its super clean! pretty much rust free. I'll take some pics under the truck once its really cleaned upThat 4Runner looks dirty, but CLEAN underneath!!