easiest way to disable the spring is to remove the nut from the back of the shock and separate the inner shock from the outer tube. Cut off the rod that sticks out and put it back together then weld. Same method works for all Mopar bumper shocks.
I maintain the calendars for NC & SC- please notify me of any shows in these states to help maintain the events calendar
has anyone ever wedged one of these? i did a tuck and it blew the rear fenders completely apart, now i need to figure out a way to get them back together...i was thinking pulling them in with some ratchet straps then bolting to the floor, then pounding the speaker deck down and putting redi rod through the fenders and the floor...i will try and post some pics
Post by WILSON'S INC. on Dec 2, 2011 20:32:19 GMT -5
No the white one with the ghost buster on the side is a volare/aspen wagon. IMO i have seen aspen and volare wagons do better in the trunk than most all other mopar wagons. Mouse (jarred jensen) from elsinore ran one back when richfield went to the no weld of the hood and trunk for couple years, and his did bad ass.