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question on soa

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by fidel, Aug 22, 2006.

  1. fidel

    fidel

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    i want to do an soa and i was wondering if it makes it real easy to flip the truck i have a 60 series
     
  2. bajaman

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    I am currently doing an SOA conversion on mine and full well expect the body roll to be a bit worst as the center of gravity is higher, but am putting on a heavy duty rear sway bar from "man- that -aint -free" to help things out in that regard.
     
  3. TOY350

    TOY350 #1 Super Guy SILVER Star

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    Learn to drive it is the most important factor.

    Depending on how you do your SOA will effect your body roll (springs, shocks and sway bars). If you plan on actually wheeling it and want it to flex then I wouldn't suggest anything but SOA.
     
  4. Mark W

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    No.


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