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Old 06-26-2009, 05:16 AM   #1
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i have a 05 crew cab titan i have been pokin around on street source and hear as well... but noone has really defined how the best way is to bagg the front ...... in someone in there spare time could post detailed pics and the best wat to do it would be great... i've been tossin it around in my head.... also keep in mind i want to still be able to tow with it......

here's a pic of it....
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Old 06-26-2009, 09:26 PM   #2
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I can give you a phone number to someone that I know can do it.

BTW, the truck looks nice...
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nice truck, i think baggedfrontier has those wheels, or similar ones
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Old 06-26-2009, 10:45 PM   #4
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i think his are jsut similiar. nice titan. they are a bitch to get to fully lay
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talk to Alec didn't he just finish bagging his?
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A HREF=http://www.myspace.com/jimmysrodncustom>check out some of jimmy's pics. and if your intereted I have a set of Max's 4" spindles with uniballs for sell
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Old 06-27-2009, 04:15 AM   #7
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just as soon as i get the assassin done i want to start on the titan....i really prefer to do the work myself... how much you want for the stuff you have...?
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These are the set of one off spindles that Max makes from scratch(not the modified stock ones) as far as I know to date there are only 4 sets made. They're almost to pretty to mount . Max sells theese for $1500. I'm selling the set I have for $1000 and Jimmy (JIMMY'S ROD AND CUSTOMS) said he would build a set of arms for who ever buys theese for $500-$600 if your interested . He's got over 16,000 miles on his set up and you can't see any wear on the 24's. and it drives just as good as stock if not better. letme know if interested http://www.streetsource.com/issues2/...AM30721_tn.jpg http://www.streetsource.com/issues2/...AM16301_tn.jpg

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I got OEM chevy spindles on mine with custom arms and no wear on my 24s either. No camber issues either. I can run 28s on the truck too. I have tons of room under the hood and fenders. The Booster isn't an issue on mine either. Some other people on here and SSM have been having issues with the booster due to camber issues. It was a lot cheaper route and parts are easy to find. The ABS sensors bolt right up to them too. Both use Bosch sensors. Just so you know your options.
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I got OEM chevy spindles on mine with custom arms and no wear on my 24s either. No camber issues either. I can run 28s on the truck too. I have tons of room under the hood and fenders. The Booster isn't an issue on mine either. Some other people on here and SSM have been having issues with the booster due to camber issues. It was a lot cheaper route and parts are easy to find. The ABS sensors bolt right up to them too. Both use Bosch sensors. Just so you know your options.
what year and model chevy spindles do i need ? also did you make your own arms?
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