Sweet man that's awesome! Do you have a link to where I can look at the V-force system? My truck has 120,000 miles on it. LOL And it still looks and runs good. That pic in my signature isn't current. I've debadged the tailgate and some other things and I took off the bug guard on the front.
sorry to get back to you so late!! you had asked about the cars that i have worked on. in was in an exotic performance shop in new jersey. i was basically contract labor out of the shop. it was just kind of one of those "friend of a friend" connections. lots of fun tho, and GREAT for the resume!!!!
The member's user name is 97chevyz71. I don't know his actual name.
did you finish your shocks?
Andalusia Alabama, lower Alabama. Moved from Florida ( former Gator fan, when in rome.... )
just take a break have a beer and I bet the next one will go alot easier!
I looked on line for you, I went to a site and everyone on it said to just lube it up thatll force it to slide instead of compressing.just spit on it. or try some wd40 even, get it slick so it slides and doesnt hang up and compress. them try the clamp again I bet you can get it with alittle effort that way.
ahay I was no where near close to what you where talking about was I? do you have a big c clamp that you could use to press it in I would try that, wet the bushing so that it'll slid into place All the shocks ive every bought had them installed already. but I think that a clamp could do what your after.
as far as i know its real... i found it on the internet, but i hope to see something like that in the near future!!
gotta pic? I just crawled under my truck to see what your asking about mines a 2000 so I dont know if its the same. but I would suggest wetting the bushing with some soapy water this will lubricate it and allow you to gently tap the shock into place in the mounting bracket. I hope this helps Im kinda going on what I think your asking, cant really know without a pic let me know if this helps or if you have other questions. Eddie