Discussion in 'General Ranchero Help' started by Jakob Zamora, Oct 25, 2019.
How does one achieve this stance?
And what would it take for my car?
If you have the money, airbags are the best way to raise the rear for good 'rake.'
what are the more cost effect options?
Anyone ever used this or heard of someone using with no issues?
I just put a new set of Monroe "Summit" MON-58568 rear shocks. They have helper springs and are not too expensive. That seemed to raise the rear slightly.
I also put a pair of KYB 343156 on the front.
You may want to check that out.
I think I have them on my ride when I bought it both front and rear rides pretty good
I put a set of Monroe 58539 shocks with overload springs on mine; it raised the rear about 3/4".
On mine, that's about 50 psi in the HiJackers.
Yeah, I have Hijackers also, but if I'm carrying a load, I air them down so my shock mounts don't get the p!$$ knocked out of them.
Do you mind linking me to these HiJackers you have on your car?
All I can say is they came on the car, but Hijackers are made by Gabriel, and I'm sure they still have a website.
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