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    Bumpstop on a 3/4

    hey i was thinkin about doin a 2/3 drop on my blazer but i think i wanna goa lil more. in any case do i have 2 remove the bumstop on a 2/3. or on a 3/4? i dunno how much of a drop i wanna do id drive it in the winter and here in alberta we get a lot of snow. and i dont wanna lose ride quality what would u guys suggest. it would b daily driven. would u go 2/3 or 3/4

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    u will not have to remove bump stops on either.......well if snow is a issue just go 2/3....but soon that will get old and want it lower trust me hehehe....always wanting more after awhile
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    at 3/4 will it still ride pretty much like stock
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    Originally posted by chickenhawk
    at 3/4 will it still ride pretty much like stock
    if he gets spindles with 1" drop coils up front it will be close to stock.. a 3" drop coil up front will NOT ride like stock it wont be too bad but youll notice it
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    hey chicken hawk is that a ss hood from cervinis

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    update: i think ill go 4/4 because i sumhow got 14 inch rims on the front and 15s ont he back so i think it would look agressive still keeping a little forward rake. how much suspension travel will i get with normal bumpstops and clearance ont he front with a 4/4

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    I have a 3/3 on my truck and the back hits the bumpstops in the rear if ya hit a decent bump, like when you drive through the intersection on jasper and 97 st. although I put beltech leafs in the rear and I find them a little soft, but that does help to hook up when I mash on it. but like bazingdood13 said you always want more, I'm prolly gonna go 5/6 with coilovers in the rear.:)

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    got ne pics of the 3/3?

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    I'll check

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    it doesn't look that low cause it has 70 series rubber on 15" rims
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    are they stock tires? and are they both 15's? i have 14s and 15s which is kinda messed up

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    they cam with 75 series stock but the lady I bought it off of put on 70, yea they're both 15's

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    nice truck man i liek the 3/3 but im not sure if i wanna go 4/4 or 3/3 liek with the snow and stuff and i dont wanna b bottoming out

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    Originally posted by prostreet87
    I have a 3/3 on my truck and the back hits the bumpstops in the rear if ya hit a decent bump, like when you drive through the intersection on jasper and 97 st. although I put beltech leafs in the rear and I find them a little soft, but that does help to hook up when I mash on it. but like bazingdood13 said you always want more, I'm prolly gonna go 5/6 with coilovers in the rear.:)

    How are you going to manage coilovers in the rear?

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