I got to looking at a couple rear wheel drive kits that I have and I am really starting to come to an annoying conclusion about leaf spring replication. I know there are a couple kits out there that don't fall under this catagory. But as a general rule, I've noticed that most leaf sprung kits mount the leaves by a locator pin or a slat mounted into a groove on the frame. Why don't more kits have leaf spring hangers as a prominent intergration to their design? It doesn't bother me to the point that I won't buy a kit because of it. But it sure does make me wonder about things.
SkydimeMember Since 12 Aug 2010
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For my builds, I am mostly into mini trucks/sport trucks, modern muscle, low rods, hot rods, rat rods, low riders, lead sleds, clean Japanese cars (read no 5 ft tall wings), and the whole pro touring movement.
As far as everyone else's builds, I like an even wider assortment. Some things are just out of my personal comfort zone.
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