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    MonoLeaf

    Does anyone on here have a monoleaf air setup? If so, how do you have your brackets setup? I was planning on putting a crossmember above the axle and welding the brackets to that but there doesn't look like there's enough room. Any help would be very appreciated.
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    I also would like to know the same info. I have a new easy street setup and wanna go with bags over leaf on y first gen 2dr blazer.

    Will i need to cut my floor and if so how much really? Will jasons blazer notch let me lay on 18's?

    Anyone who might have some info and/or pics please help on this cause id like to know before i start on it to avoid problems.

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    Mine bolts to the framerails and the leafspring . Its the SlamAir kit from airlift. I'm like 2" from laying in the rear with the suicidedoors c-notch. I think My shocks are bottomed out though. It'll be lower with drop shocks (i hope)
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    I have had air over leaf in my 94 for over a year and a half. I have mono leaf, 3" blocks, the slam air kit. I have not notched the frame, because if I do the limiting factor to go down will be the bag brackets. You have to be carefull not to destroy your bags if you notch the frame. My truck is about two and a half inches from laying frame with 215/45/17s. I'll be installing a four link sometime soon and notching the frame then.

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    Hey Illblazer, I'm from Winnipeg and would like some work done, probably this winter, you still do interior work?
    Back to the topic though, is a monoleaf set up safe if you still haul people around in the back?
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    ur not going to be able to lay with mono leaf...

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    rht

    i lay out with monoleafs
    looking for 18s or 20s for my blazer that will tuk

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    and what 5 inch blocks and 14's?

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    fht

    lol no 3" on 15s:)
    looking for 18s or 20s for my blazer that will tuk

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    my buddy layed out with 17" and 4" blocks
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    fh

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    layed out monoed out :):):):):):0
    looking for 18s or 20s for my blazer that will tuk

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    i lay out on 20s
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    fxg

    yes he does
    looking for 18s or 20s for my blazer that will tuk

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    weird.. i coulda sworn i just answered this exact question like.. last week..

    yes there's enough room. its exactly how my blaze is done..
    new crossmember across the top and bags mounted to the axle on a monoleaf setup.. had it this way for over 2years without any problems...
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