9 seconds said:
You might be able to put on some spring clamps like the Hemi guys are doing.
Being an absolute newbie to high HP trucks I apriciate the advise I get on this bord - thanks !
I have to ask: "spring clamps" - what is that ?
All of the SRT10 QC owners here MUST have the same problem as I have - at least when they get some tires with good traction (bigger like mine or slicks) - am I the first to discover ?
Actually I can se "tire-rub-marks" on my rear wheel fenders - those in front of my rear wheel !!!
That point of my fender is NOT suppose to be rubbed by the tire as the tire/wheel "only" goes up and down - BUT, being only like 1" space between tire and fender, I must assume that the tire/wheel - under heavey acceleration - twist the suspension so much that the rear wheel is being pushed forward !!!
Actually the incident took palce racing a 600 RWHP F150 lightning - we drovw side by side
- the Ligthning driver was like WOW - what a big truck !!!
I need more help on this suspension issue ...