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Old July 13th, 2008, 04:18 PM
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I might have a set of these for my truck instead of swapping the one ton setup ... I have questions ....

1- the front axle seems not to be a problem ... but what about the rear ?? does the springs need to be relocated ?? because each time a see a rocwell on the back of those trucks they are having rear disk conversion .. but what happends if you keep the stock drums ??

2- What about driveline in the rear ?? I read that you must turn around the rockwell to recenter the diff ??

BTW .... canadien rockwells comes with double beadlock

This is Tom Lawlor 2005 TTC M715 ..... maybe a picture help understanding what i need to know about thoses rockwell !!

Thanks a lot !!

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