Wow. You aren’t going to believe this, but John just sent me a 2021 0 mile takeoff. It’s on a pallet in my garage. My initial reason was for the post 2008 brakes, but for what he charged, a whole new front suspension was a no-brainer.Yep, it’s basically that simple. I was looking at doing a 2WD front end swap with new e-series takeoff parts from Quadvan that they’re left with when they do 4wd conversions. You basically upgrade the 90s Chinook to current brakes/hubs/springs/etc. I spoke with the owner about this, and he recommended a front coil spring that gave a slight lift, and then going to a local spring supplier company to get the rear springs custom-made. Once they know what kind of weight the springs need to hold, it’s fairly straightforward for them to design the right spring pack to your weight. Rear end leaf springs aren’t rocket science.
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