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    what size tire are you running?
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    right now 235/50 18, but even when i had the stock rims on the axle sits tight up against the bump stop. i hate driving it with ne1 else in the car cuz it usually gives em a headache lol
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    forgot about this. your pumpkin will hit the floor board before your axel hits the frame with this notch. i have a 4/4 with belletch shocks and haven't hit it. some with a 5'' drop have with heavy throttle, and i believe a 6'' rear hits a good amount.
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    so what would u suggest i do?


    im running the nitro shocks now
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    i would personally get the notch. its alot better ride, and even if the pumpkin hits the floor, its not all the time. i have ridin around before with my axel on the frame(no bumpstops at all), and that sucked.
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    so u think itll be stiff enough in the back after i notch it that it wont hit that much? what baout sittin lower? since its already sittin on the bumpstops now...
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    i was jus looking at the bolt in c notches, i have a 93, would i need the straight or crooked notches? and the price is 79.99 is that for 2, one for each side or is that the price jus for one?
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    the price is for the set, both notches, template, and bolts/nuts/washers.


    if your sittin on the bumpstops now, if you were to take those off, thats another 1/2'' of clearance till you hit the frame. the notch gives you another 2.25'' of clearance. so for you to bottom out, that means the frame would have to move that far towards the ground.


    i say get it, its not going to ride worse(in the worst case seniro,spelling). will a drop shock, it will ride quite nice actually, i was very surprised with mine.
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    but what im saying with the bump stop thing, i was sure if since im sittin on them now, i wasnt sure if they bump stops were stopping my rear end to sit as low as what it should, thus making the rear end sit lower than the front. i was jus afraid that by gettin the notch in there, that it would give me 2 extra inches of clearence, but maybe my rear end isnt sittin as low as it should now. but i guessing that it wont go much lower. im running bellteck drop shocks in the rear now as well, so i should be set then ya think? lol
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    should be fine. if it does sit lower after puttin it in, just put a smaller block in.
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    yea i guess thats true...

    well i jus got done ordering them. i had emailed jerid lastnight about them, for those of u wanting to buy some or dont already know this, there is no longer free shipping to blazinlow buyers, and none of the notches have drop and destroy printed on them becuz i guess it made them weaker. tho jerid told me to write in the notes when i was purchasing that im a blazinlow member. i hope i wrote it in at the right spot lol. dont know what ill get lol
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    Air shocks can be used also to help with the ride and height issues. I had drop shocks on for about 2 days and hated the ride. After installing the air shocks it was much better.

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    heres some pix of my set-up and the reason y i pretty much had to get the c-notches lol


    look at the axle and bump stop... tight against... makes for one hell of a bumpy ride








    heres a pic of the inside of the frame rail. to me it appears the fuel lines are running above the frame... thats a very good thing from what i hear lol





    ill be sure to post more pix wheni get them and after i get em installed!
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    ever get the notch installed how do u like does it ride better ?
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    thanks for the tech article, helped out a lot.

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