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    Registered User Azer's Avatar
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    i would rather bolt on some myself than get a welder to do it and besides i want to come out on top of this not end up in the hole
    1990 2Door blazer, dropped 2"up front 3"out back, pioneer DEH-P3600, two 15" kicker comp's, a gm-2000 200watt pioneer amp. SOON TO COME flowmasters, a lower drop, fresh paint, better subs and amps and some 17or18" rims
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    My air over leaf is 100% bolt on...
    http://www.airliftcompany.com/new-index/Frameset.htm
    go to specialty spring kits, then to slam-air...thats what you want.
    Top bracket bolts to frame, bottom clamps with a u-bolt to your leaf spring. Just line it up properly and you're set. I don't know what all this BS about welding to the axle is about..i guess it'll work, but why? if you're gonna mono-leaf it, this is how its done.
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    Beer,Its whats for dinner Paraquat's Avatar
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    I hate my truck.

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    It's not BS..a guy I know had his install pro done and the bag bracket were bolt on as well..well while going down one of our highways, one of his grade 8 bolts that held the bracket on snap. Well it did some damage to his bed, axle, wheels also I think and of course bag and metal work.

    That's why welding is generally better than bolting down something. But if it's a bad welding job, then it could break also..

    Nate

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    Originally posted by Paraquat
    No one here has bags. Except drunk411, and his truck is non operational at the momeny (last I checked).

    --Steve

    I have front and rear bags on a second gen with a 4 Link...:bigthumb:


    edit - But I now see you are talking about CT...
    Last edited by LOtownPumper; 05-31-2003 at 11:17 AM.

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    well looks like im not going to get bags and do it myself or i will be really broke after i get sombody else to do it i might just get my drop springs and put them on and just ride like that
    1990 2Door blazer, dropped 2"up front 3"out back, pioneer DEH-P3600, two 15" kicker comp's, a gm-2000 200watt pioneer amp. SOON TO COME flowmasters, a lower drop, fresh paint, better subs and amps and some 17or18" rims
    :blazer:

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    Beer,Its whats for dinner Paraquat's Avatar
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    lotown, 4 wheel drive?


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    I hate my truck.

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    Man, do it yourself..Its seriously not hard at all..If you get stuck, then pay somebody, but give it a shot first..theres alot of guys on here who can give you any tips you'd need.
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    Originally posted by Paraquat
    lotown, 4 wheel drive?


    --Steve
    Nope...I bought this truck with all intentions of bagging it....:D

    The front was bagged 3 months after I bought it. (Damn college and not having free time...)

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