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Old 01-08-2013, 09:16 PM   #11
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Looks real good man with the green truck, any rubbing issues? What have you done to the suspension to make it lower?
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Looks real good man with the green truck, any rubbing issues? What have you done to the suspension to make it lower?
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Looks good, whats ur specs (dropwise)?

Thanks guys. I lowered the front using torsion bars only. In the back I have 2 inch blocks, a redrill, and removed bumpstops. I don't rub at all. I cut the lil inner lip of the back fenders off and I barely clear by about 1/4" of an inch. I use to run 3 inch blocks and a redrill but kept hitting frame with every pothole or big dips. Future plans, I hope on doing a mini notch soon so I can run 4 inch blocks and then drop spindles with 4x4 fenders
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