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    BlazinLow Pilot SlimGu3's Avatar
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    The dangers in bagging a 4x4 are that you have to fabricate everything (up front) and if you don't know what your doing, it can be dangerous. The way I did it, is the only way you can do it and not remove your 4x4.
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    bagging

    SlimGu3,

    How might you have done it breifly? Becuase Im interested in bagging yet also interested in keeping the 4x4 its nice to have espeically in the snow. Bagging it will allow me to raise it so that I dont have to sit in the snow I would lower but I feel it might come back to bite me. Also the 4.3 and 4x4 in the 85, possible? With little conversion or none at all?
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    Go here for the pics
    Post any questions that you may have.
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    4X4 Frames and 4X2 Frames Are COMPLETLY Different. 4X4 Frames have torsion bars and 4X2 frames have coil springs. Way different suspentions.
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