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    progress on the BOLT IN 4-Link kit for Second Gen four door.

    I have made some progress on the four link set up. I sent drawings for the brackets out to get laser cut today and I talked to Jason (Suicidedoors) on the bars. Onece everything is here and I get it installed I will Let you all know how it works out. For you two door guys I am going to put my buddys on the lift to see if it will work out the same. Ill keep you all posted.
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    if it all works out are you going to produce the 4 links or are you gonna show jason them and have him do it if he wants to. cause i would love to get a bolt on 4 link for my 2door
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    95 4 door blazer- SAS, crate 350. th350/205 37" swampers, dana 44/14 bolt....

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    um.. well. not to burst your bubbles, but there's quite a difference b/t 4dr and 2dr starting with the tanks..

    4dr driverside framerail
    2dr all the way in the back....

    just lettin ya know. if you didn't already.

    otherwise.. sign me up for a 2dr :)
    stupid low. layin door on a 22/24 combo, comin soon to a street near you



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    well, whenever ur done ill drive on up to lancaster and you can hook me up too..lol. i need a 4 link for my 4dr bad man
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    hey man keep use update i am really interested, post some pics if you can once you get it all together
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    I am not sure what I am going to do with it yet. I don't know if Jason will be interested in my set up. I told him I would show it to him when we are in Greenville. I let you all know.
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    are you designing it so whene you trim off the frame it lays or does the frame stay stock?
    wicked to the bone i am
    you can meet me in the dark if you think im playin 4 DOOR LOVE

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    Well I dont plan to section my frame but I suppose you could without much problem. The problem is if you section the fram and are running a 20" wheel like I am you will need to do some serious work to the rear wheel wells(doors) and the floor. I am not looking for all that on this truck.
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    progress has been very slow. I am still waiting for the big brown truck to show up. I have been working on the fram getting it ready to accept the pieces parts when they get here. I ll keep you posted.
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    hows it comin man? cant wait to see it
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    still witing for some pieces parts. should be back together by next week end
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    YES YES YES
    this stopped me on my last truck. It will NOT stop me on this truck.
    I'll take one.


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    I want one!!!!! post pics once it comes together! Are you goning to use a notch? I am excited i wanna see it and i want one!!!
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    I have decided to weld mine up but you could do it as a bolt on very easily. I do plan to show it to Jason at Suicidedoors. If he wants to run with it I am ok with that. Alot of my pieces came from him any way. It does use a notch and that pretty much has to be welded in my opinion. I hope to have it together next week end.
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    So most of you parts are from Jason, can list the parts the you bought from him, and then tell me what the other part are that i would need to buy. I really want this setup. Are you got to have to modify you gas tank or are you keepin it stock? and you cuttin in to your floor?
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