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    looks good man, i'm going to start making mine next week at work so i'll have it ready for christmas break to put in.
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    right on...how big a notch you doin?
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    That post would have made more sense if you would have just pissed all over the screen and posted a screen shot of that.

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    2 and 1/2 for now. i might stepnotch it later. this is just to get by with a 7" drop till i bag the back.
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    Originally posted by low_blazer
    Here's a couple shots of mine....came out pretty good. Real similar to LOtown Pumper's notch...


    Looks pretty Cool... You made those???

    How much of a drop do you ahve in the rear and your runnin air over leaf right?

    Do you run a tank(s) and a actual compressor(s) like a viair or that load level kit that looks like a black box?

    Post pics of that is to if ya gott'em
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    Yup, built them from 1/4" plate and 6" od 1/4" mild steel pipe. I'm running a 5 gal tank, viair 450, 1/2" line, 8 10mm smc's, 3/8 port firestones up front. I don't get near enough drop with the air over leaf kit. The springs crush before I lay out, which I'll come damn close to doing with the notch. I'm gonna hafta mount bags inside the frame, probaly F9000's behind the frame. That'll come first, then a 4-link later this winter.
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    Originally posted by S/T Lover
    That post would have made more sense if you would have just pissed all over the screen and posted a screen shot of that.

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    how you gonna mount them behind the frame
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    Originally posted by low_blazer
    Yup, built them from 1/4" plate and 6" od 1/4" mild steel pipe. I'm running a 5 gal tank, viair 450, 1/2" line, 8 10mm smc's, 3/8 port firestones up front. I don't get near enough drop with the air over leaf kit. The springs crush before I lay out, which I'll come damn close to doing with the notch. I'm gonna hafta mount bags inside the frame, probaly F9000's behind the frame. That'll come first, then a 4-link later this winter.
    Cool man.... I am gonna get mine notched as soon as possiible to help out the ride..

    I really want bags, but can't afford to drop all the loot at once,,,

    I think I am gonna just order stuff peice by peice, Compressor(s) one week, Tank(s) another week, valves next, Etc... etc...

    I'm not even sure I want exactly...

    I just want the front and the back to go up and down (independantly) in a few seconds.... No hoppin, not really worried about side to side either.... Jus F/B

    So I'm thinking:
    1 decent size compressor, viair 450 (maybe)
    1 decent size tank or 2 small
    4 Valves, something electric and fast
    1/2" lines + Fittins
    4 Bags + Mounts
    The Switches and Gauges
    extra bag or two just in case

    I dunno, just trying to get an idea..
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    Originally posted by FUSIONBLAZE
    how you gonna mount them behind the frame
    lol...that's a good question. I may hafta re-think that one. The more I look at it, the more it looks like I'll need to put them infront of the axle....

    Smullen...trust me when I say get a 4-way setup now. You'll want it about 2 weeks after you get all your stuff in. I started off with a f/b setup, and it was cool for lik an hour..lol. There's nothin cooler than hittin sides on a ricer at a stoplight :rofl: When you start buyin stuff, let me know. I'll hook you up with the guy I bought almost all my stuff from, and the only guy I'll ever buy from again.
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    Originally posted by S/T Lover
    That post would have made more sense if you would have just pissed all over the screen and posted a screen shot of that.

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    Originally posted by low_blazer


    There's nothin cooler than hittin sides on a ricer at a stoplight :rofl:

    that is until a ricer hits back on ya :eek:



    joshey

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    Lol..yeah...true. So far, that hasn't happened yet...there's only a couple rice boys on air up here, I still haven't seen either of them in person yet....so it's still fun for now..
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    Originally posted by S/T Lover
    That post would have made more sense if you would have just pissed all over the screen and posted a screen shot of that.

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    can you lay frame with a c-noch like that?
    looking for 18s or 20s for my blazer that will tuk

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    Originally posted by hipoblaze



    that is until a ricer hits back on ya :eek:



    joshey
    Hey fellas, I thnk we got a Closet Ricer.. :)

    Uncle Bens (rice) in tha hizouse.... Rice is still Rice,, be it fast rice, aired rice, or boomin rice, or any combo of the above its still rice..

    I still got an (S)...

    J/k man.. Don't get all heated on me.. :)

    However, I do think the (S) in S-10 stands for Superior, Slammin, Sexy. Smooth Suave, Straight Pimpin... I'm not talkin about my ride either, I'm talking about (S) series rides as a whole..

    Your all PIMP.... Keep rollin...
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    ummmmmmm ok
    looking for 18s or 20s for my blazer that will tuk

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    should i get the air over leaf set up from Air Ride or should i get the brackets that weld on the axle. which one would you think is better?
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    Originally posted by GotAir19
    can you lay frame with a c-noch like that?

    If i doesn't lay frame, it'll be damn close...within an inch. I'll be happy with that.


    Originally posted by FUSIONBLAZE
    should i get the air over leaf set up from Air Ride or should i get the brackets that weld on the axle. which one would you think is better?

    Well, I've got an air over leaf setup...you WILL NOT get any lower than what's in my avatar pic. The bags will crush and bottom out before you go any lower. That's the reason I'll be upgrading my rear setup...that and monoleaf kinda sucks...
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    Originally posted by S/T Lover
    That post would have made more sense if you would have just pissed all over the screen and posted a screen shot of that.

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