Get me that info on that light please!
There is a lot going on here in a short time. Good work.
How well are your rear slinky coils dealing with being bowed after you installed the rear dc shaft and rotated the pinion up? Or did you relocate the coil buckets on the axle?
I can’t tell for sure from the photos but it appears that you left some angle at the pinion U-joint. I rotated my pinion up for zero angle on the rear joint but that has left my Slee coils rather bowed. This hasn’t changed how the vehicle performs as far as I can tell.
I ask this because I would like to put a set of tapered coils in the my rear since I already have them up front but I have doubts about how well they would like being bowed.
Have you had challenges to overcome with regards to drive line vibrations and spring performance?
I have MT adjustab uppers and lowers and still needed the dc rear shaft. She runs smooth now but my coils are bowed. I think I will relocate the coil buckets when I go to the tapered coils in the rear.So I went with a non DC driveshaft in the rear which i regret. I was informed that it was unnecessary and only adjustable rear uppers with extended lowers would be fine. I have had vibrations since that i suspect need a DC to fix. I've tried angle both directions and still have vibrations. No bowing of the coils yet but i still need to get more time on it.