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Cool preview of the new setup!!
Looks like it's hooking up well. What was the time on that. Looked quick!!
Only got a 10.70 out of it today. Won the round, but was 95 degrees out. Need to make a few changes for next week.
Your video came up in my YouTube feed yesterday. Nice job!
Nice going, Johnny, Hooked well and sounded AWESOME!
Johnny's right, When I bought mine from Greg Smith Equipment they told me 4" and 3000 PSI (mine is rated at 4000 PSI). Me and my buddy Larry installed mine. Make sure you have a good drill bit and when you're drilling the holes blow air down into the holes on one side and have a vacuum on the other side to keep the dust out. I also used and epoxy made for cement as well. The bolts expand as you tighten them and the epoxy was just an added safety measure. It's been in 3 years and no issues.
That's cool!! Thanks!
Hey! I just saw a little day light under the drivers wheel! Woo Hoo!
Finally did the "hard" side with the door. What a bugger!!! Night of fire this weekend at the dragstrip! Couldn't roll in with a 1 sided billboard!
@70DusterBob Johnny Mac
Subscribed to your youtube channel!!! More videos!!!!
10.44@126 last night
Ooooo, it’s Johnny Mac and his green Dart attack! muha ha ha ha ha....!!!! Nice run. All with BP engine huh?!?! nice to see the family as well there Johnny.
Thanks! " All with BP engine huh?!?! " parts of it lol
Haven`t seen the wing spread in a long time . Used to have people come up to me and tell me something was wrong w/ my springs . lol
Lookin good man!
i had an old timer tell me to unclamp the backs, and it did help. I think lifting the wheels on a footbrake, 10 inch tire call isn't too bad !!!
Oh yea! Old Tyme trick right there. Since the rear of the leaf springs only job is to hold up the rear of the car when your at launch, they actually hold back the cars reaction and abilities. The other half of that trick is to install clamps on the front of the springs to stiffen them up. MP used to sell these clamps. Just a simple set of bolts and bar that are rectangular to cross the spring with holes on the ends to run the bolts through and tighten up.
Mine are clamped on the front. Now I have to address the snubber trying to beat itself through the floor.