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    2 link maybe?!?! ya whats up prostreet

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    I'm gonna try and put a triangulated 4link in if that don't work prolly ladder bars

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    Ok.. was just making sure that you knew that coilover's wouldnt' work on a leafspring setup. :bigthumb:

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    thanks for the concern. I cant wait to rip the leafs out

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    When you go with a 4-link are you going to tub the rear end also?

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    very much so, I've torn the interior out and I'm sizing things up. I'll prolly end up putting 33x19.5's on the back

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    You'll have to post pictures, you know that don't you :D

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    Watch out using 33 in diameter tires. They look unnatural. You might want to photochop a set in before you buy. I've got the MT 29x18.5x15 tire and they look alot better the the 33 19.5 that another friend put on his S10.

    One thing to consider, I built a datson 240Z dragcar and cut the rear wheel opening and put in another 6" to make the wheel opening fit the 32x14 in slicks. It also gave me another 3" of wheelbase.

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    I'll post pics forsure, yea I'm not 100% on 33's they are quite big and the 31's or 29's would probably look alot better. do you have any pics fo your truck with the 29's on?

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    yea to run huge slicks enlarging the wheel well is a must, they just wouldnt look right

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    prostreet what do u have in it for an engine? i ve always wanted a prostreet truck sounds liek yours will b bitchin'

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    at the moment I have a 355 with an edelbrock rpm air gap intake comp cam, holley 670 street avenger carb under the hood, but the motor that I'm building will have way more power.

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    honestly dc395 I wouldn't worry about goin 3/3, I drove aruond for 2 years with that drop and I didn't have any prob's in the winter.

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    what about 4/4 what do u think it would b liek then?

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    I really don't think it would be that bad. with the 350 it droped my front end another 1" and I never had problems, but it probably would be a good idea to ditch the bump stops.

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