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Old April 1st, 2015, 10:27 PM
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Charlie, perhaps we will see you on the trail someday.
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Ouch, that really hurt.
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Old April 1st, 2015, 10:39 PM
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Old April 1st, 2015, 10:41 PM
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At least I no longer feel like one of the youngest people on this forum.
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Old April 1st, 2015, 10:49 PM
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Wierd, tru tracs usually tend to self center by nature of the mechanism. I run them front and rear without a problem... I've read the combo you have is quite common.

Exactly! I get torque steer, on the gas it pulls left off the gas it goes back right. And that was my point, these are basically hand made trucks and each one is different and modifications can produce different results in different trucks. I plan to swap out the TT for an ARB or Ashcroft.
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Hmmm, I'd probably chime in here but everyone knows I don't know jack, and with me being the amiable fellow that I am, it wouldn't be long before Charlie added me to the list... So let's just skip the pomp and circumstance and go ahead and do it now.. You come on here as a newb asking for opinions and then solve your problem by throwing a checkbook at it.. Sounds like you should be asking opinions from your financial advisors more that people who actually solve their defender problems by figuring it out themselves... What am I.. Number 14..????
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Who the fuck is this guy??? Bill cox JR? The forum should block his ass like they did Mr Cox.
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Your the one acting like dick, to ppl whom you don't know or ever dealt with. I would label us as a pack of wolves that protect our own, respect our pack or shut the fuck up. Number of posts don't mean much, but like Raub said most of these guys on here are the true blue bloods that make this forum great. Maybe you should take notice to see how many ppl are reacting to you bs and realize your the issue. And like Shayne said everyone will eventually just block him anyway...
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Shit. After really reading this thread and not skimming I wish I never gave the guy useful info. Figure your shit out yourself. We take care of our own here buddy
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Old April 2nd, 2015, 06:29 AM
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Bump this old nasty thread. I have - 2.5 to - 2.8 caster on both sides... Should I get corrected arms. Dont want to drill balls or use offset bushings
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