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    Originally posted by blaze91
    you spelt loser wrong.






    i am mocking you. how are hydros, ''fucking gay''?
    I too would like to know
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    only thing thats gay is trying to make something low & pimped of a working 4x4 :( it's not fair, isn't it like lowering a front wheel drive car ?
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    Whoever said installing hydros in Canada is 6g's is nutz! It's under 2 for sure, and thats canadian dollars. Hydros are easy to install. I could do it in almost any vehicle in under two days, probably one. Why don't you try rto find a 2wd frame, and juice it, then switch your body over later? Shouldn't cost too much.

    Oh and that's a PHAT 3 wheel:D
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    LOL, stop saying all this 2wd stuff it's going to make me go outside an do something stupid to my truck, "make it a 2wd ghetto style, rip the axle out an put some bondo in it's spot, good as new" lol........Seriously tho, For now i need the 4x4 and i can only have this whip, it sucks that i cant juice it and have 4x4. that would be sweet for me.

    in a few years i'll buy an old school caddy and put big fat tires and wires on it and juice it. then sell it to some idiot for like 10g more then it's worth :D of course after i have my fun with it.
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    You can juice a 4x4 just fab some mounts for the front, and only engage the 4x4 when it's at a decent hight so the axle angle is decent.
    Don't laugh, your daughter likes it!

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    Originally posted by don't h8
    Whoever said installing hydros in Canada is 6g's is nutz! It's under 2 for sure, and thats canadian dollars. Hydros are easy to install. I could do it in almost any vehicle in under two days, probably one. Why don't you try rto find a 2wd frame, and juice it, then switch your body over later? Shouldn't cost too much.

    Oh and that's a PHAT 3 wheel:D
    I said that cuz it is true. I didnt pay it tho. It was some fool with no brain and a phat wallet. He bought the competition chrome hard core 2 pump setup. 2G's still sounds cheap unless it is a used kit.
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    damn u really can juice one, do you know this for sure. tell me more about this when ya have the time.

    Hydro kits are friggan cheap if i knew for sure i could hook it up and work 4x4 i'd go out and buy a 2pump set up.........but i wouldn't be able to hook it up.......if anyone wants to make some $$$ installing it :D


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    It is pretty easy to do your self.
    The first time I did it, I hired a mobile welder to come to my garage to weld up some brackets. He only charged me $80.00 including materials.
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    heres what i don't get, how come brackets and stuff don't come with the kits or they don't sell them to hook right up, i don't understand the whole concept of how they work or hook up so excuse my idiocy :D

    i wanna juice my 4x4 so bad..... someone help me plz, any sites or places in the north east that will do something like this.
    or how would I do it ? i bet the back is just like a reg car, so wouldn't the front be like the back of a car ? and how would i make brackets and stuff.

    now that that dude said you can have working 4x4
    i'm lost over here :D help me out.


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    in other words, if i got a 2pump kit, with everything for like $600 (example). and i had it sitting right here, besides buying batterys- what would i need and where would i start and how much $$ in needed stuff, besides batterys ?
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    I am not too familiar with the 4x4 front suspension, but if it can be bagged, it can be Juiced.

    The hard part is fabbing brackets for the cylinders to move the suspension up and down.

    If you had all the parts, you would have to fab some stuff for the front and back.
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