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    hoosierdaddy FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Is it possible to flip the leaf spring front mounts without totally removing the leaf spring ? 72 Duster
     
  2. RAT ROD AL

    RAT ROD AL I know just enough to be dangerous FABO Gold Member

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    The bolt pattern where it bolts to the frame is offset so it only goes on the right way. But I guess you could re drill the mounting bracket.
     
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    Plymouth 65 Floorable Deplorable

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    Are you trying to lower the rear? They sell front leaf mounts that do just that. 65'
     
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    Agree^^^ Flipping the hanger is not as simple as unbolting it and flipping it over.
    Are you trying to raise or lower the rear?
     
  5. hoosierdaddy

    hoosierdaddy FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Trying to lower the car but after looking closer at the mounts I've decided not to go that route . I didn't like the change of pinion angle . I have new stock leafs that haven't settled yet and I don't care for the look
     
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    Plymouth 65 Floorable Deplorable

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    You could use lowering blocks, minimum pinion angle change. 65'
     
  7. hoosierdaddy

    hoosierdaddy FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    I think I'm going the lowering block route . Seems like the best solution
     
  8. famous bob

    famous bob mopar misfit FABO Gold Member

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    I haven`t done it , but , don`t u have to switch sides when u flip them ??
     
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