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Old 06-08-2016, 08:44 AM   #51
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Sooooooo much room for activities!!!! Plenty of room for tubs and might actually be able to turn a little down low lol

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Old 10-20-2016, 09:41 AM   #52
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body drop started, firewall cleared for tubs, new ball joints, lower control arms, drop spindles, five lug conversion installed and upper control arms flipped and trimmed for boxing. looks so far like its gonna lay hard without a "z" but I might do it just to get camber angle back and center my wheels in the fender
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looks like it's gonna lay just fine!!!! These are 225/35/20's and without weight of vehicle the tape measure says its 3/4" to go so with the 215/30/20's it should be fine without a 'z' but I can't stand the wheel sittin so far back so it's either a z or reconfiguring the uca mount when I do the bag mount to get rid of the extreme caster at full drop. I'm thinking the latter cuz I don't like the wheels so far forward at lift when u 'z' either. A smaller amount of adjustable caster will be btr anyway, I believe

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scored a really nice condition, not ricer abused irs out of a 94 240sx from pick pull for 215$ out the door... Also ordered a pair of 240sx xe/se five lug hubs to convert it to 5x114.3 like the front fer $165. bolt on including bearings....

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killer shot of one of the other trucks we are building. Dylan's 87 sfbd yota on 18's is triangulated three linked on full 2x3 frame 2" z and matching engine drop flipped uca's still has a/c airlift bags avs valves and 7 switchbox. Tucks three lugs in back. Dalton's 78 ford is rearched Chevy leaf stacks on Dana 60's with 46" military tires...
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another non Nissan post but the guys I roll with rock yotas lol... The 87 I described above but robs 91 is layin frame hard on 20x10's!!! It has a reversed four link out back and a 2" up and 1.5" forward z up front. Traditional body drop to come. It's crazy how small the tires are on the 91. They're 215/30/20's that I didn't know existed till he pulled up on em, so of course they'll be going on mine as well. On the 20x10 they have quite a bit of stretch and if you zoom in on the front edge of the wheel by the bumper in this pic you can't even c the sidewall! Haha they're soooo tight!
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Yotas always look sooooo low
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Have any more pics of the white yota? Those yotas are bad ass.
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here's another pic of the 91 yota before he converted the front end to 95 4Runner. It'll b getting body dropped either end of this winter or after next season
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