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Old 12-16-2010, 11:48 PM   #1
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Hey sorta searched around found alot of very informative stuff, but it conflicts with clubtitan.org and what I found on there. What is the lowest we can go with our titans and not bag. I need to be able to pass pa state inspection so no bags for me. if someone has pics please post and if anybody has a slammed titan please post your combination of parts!
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Old 12-17-2010, 12:10 AM   #2
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alec is t he guy you want to talk to.

but numbers not sure. you need custom drop spindles and maybe frontier control arms to get the front wheels to tuck. rear flip the leafs and go as low as you can..
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Old 12-17-2010, 01:51 AM   #3
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shit i'm bagged and bodydroped and passes PA inspection....lol gota know the right people tho...ya go by what irongrave said man...good luck and welcome another PA minitrucker
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there are quite a bit of us from PA bagged. and trucks have stickers
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I don't feel the least bit shady putting stickers on my ride. In my opinion the only thing that can fail on my truck per the book is that I am missing my sway bar. This is given the fact that my switches are disabled and the truck is lifted to proper bumper heights. The overall diam of tires being much smaller than stock, I make a "inspectors discretion" and deem it passable because I have a speedo/odometer calibrator. lol one of the many reasons I chose this career!
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Old 12-17-2010, 03:44 AM   #6
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I started with a 2/3 mcgaughys kit. Now just have the leaves out of the kit, with belltech lowering struts in the front. This is when I first installed the kit, but sits just a little lower now with the adjustable struts up front.
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Old 12-17-2010, 03:47 AM   #7
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Also if you get on titantalk I believe, tre5 has one that is sitting pretty low, but he has custom knuckles made for the front.
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Old 12-18-2010, 03:04 PM   #8
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tt660 that is a nice truck! I found that tre5 makes and sells a flip kit for the rear. Max at bio kustomz has 3 or 4 inch drop knuckles.

here is what i am thinking of doing tell me if this is too much for a 305/35/24

tre5 flip kit
street tech 2 inch drop shackles
beltech adjustabele strut with stock springs for ride.
max 4 inch knuckles

i was thinking of doing one of those bolt in mini c notches for clearence for the rear axle.
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Old 12-18-2010, 05:32 PM   #9
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that should get you sitting pretty nice on the 24's...bolt in mini would probably be perfect for that maybe put in a little bump stop in the mini notch for no bottoming out on theis harsh PA roads...lol
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an axle flip will get you 5-6 inches at least. so I say no to the shackles until you see how close the tires are to the bedsides. With those 4s you may not be able to tuck without a narrowed rear. I would be cautious of how close your tire clearance is.
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