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    Doesnt look like this supernova's Avatar
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    as soon as i can get the moeny and a place to weld it on, i will have one too. Anyway they also make a uper and lower control arm setup with a regular bag, and it comes with a bolt on shock with shock plate, its pretty nice, especially with no cutting

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    BAG IT BAG IT BAG IT

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    lol see the bad thing is there is no place to buy or anybody that installs bags around here there are like 2 trucks in my town with bags and he got his from a guy in MS both of them. if u have seen the July 2003 issue of truckin on page 88 "Dualie Noted" thats 1 of the only baged trucks in my town but 1 of the nicest to
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    just make sure you get some good shocks and an alignment. i tell you this from experience.
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    haha...alignment..I guess i lucked out because my alignment was fine..i've been keeping an eye on tire wear and its all good. I took it on a road trip too...I just got my bags about a month ago. Once you get all the little glitches out, you'll be kicking yourself for even doubting bags in the first place..Oh, and I did my install myself and I'd never even had the front suspension apart previously. There are many 100% bolt on kits available, and this site has a good how-to for the front install in the tech forum. I went with the air lift Gen 1 kit...no cutting and 100% bolt on. If you don't want to lay, you're in luck with this kit. I want to lay frame so now I gotta hack the shit out of my cups hahaha.
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    where did u get that kit???
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    oh yea i think i can do a bolt on kit u say no cutting what about drilling???
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    I got it through a local shop here in Canada. Since you live in the US, I would talk to Larry at Innovative Air Suspension.com He actually told me about this kit and gave me a really good price, but after paying fees at the border, it wasn't worth it. Since you're in the US, talk to him. I think his username on here/s10forum.com is irsd_mini. If I was in the states, I wouldn't deal with anyone but larry for air ride...
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    You will have to drill a hole in each spring cup to feed the lines through, and if you choose to run shocks, i think you'll be looking at 4 holes per side for that. You'll also have to drill through your floor to run lines from the tank and to mount the tank and compressor. I used air over leaf brackets in the back...3 holes per side. I used a standard 3/8" corded drill. I bought really good 5/16" and 1/2" drill bits for drilling stainless steel. I drilled nearly every hole in less than 30 seconds. The kit comes with great instructions and measurements too.
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    My front bags...I know the lower roll plate is missing..its in now.
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    so u think a 15 year old like myself could do it????
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    This is the shock relocator...sorry, I didn't take pics of the rear.
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    Yeah, for sure...its nice to have an extra hand or 2 to help out, even if they don't know jack about trucks, its always good to have someone else to help out, because there are a few tricky things like pulling the coil springs out and taking off the old spindle and brake caliper that you might need a hand with.
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    u didint cut the frame i thought u had to cut it so that the bag wouldint hit???
    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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    Air Lift Gen 1 requires no cutting. If you're really paranoid, you might want to trim the inner lip, but its not necessary.
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