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1974 Dodge b100 Tradesman #733693
March 04th 2018 3:08 am
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Hey guys I'm trying to find information on a dodge b100 tradesman. The van was just purchased is in good shape but it needs to have that classic vannin'
stance. I'm wondering what is the best way to go about this I have been looking for front drop spindles lowering springs ect. I can't find anything that will work. Leads me to only two conclusions and that is to lower the front via tire size and possibly cutting factory springs. Does anyone have any ideas or tips on getting the stance right?

Re: 1974 Dodge b100 Tradesman [Re: Thaney423] #733703
March 04th 2018 8:55 am
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welcome to the site and I,m sure someone can help ya out.


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Re: 1974 Dodge b100 Tradesman [Re: Thaney423] #733719
March 05th 2018 9:34 am
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Make sure the rear springs are "where" they're supposed to be. Then put the tires on. Then cut the coils.


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Re: 1974 Dodge b100 Tradesman [Re: Thaney423] #733754
March 06th 2018 12:19 am
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Kinda what I was thinking... tire size would be my next question. What do you think as far as front tires?

Re: 1974 Dodge b100 Tradesman [Re: Thaney423] #733765
March 06th 2018 8:47 am
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I will be running 245/60-15's on 8 inch rims up front.


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