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    Registered User RYDN22z's Avatar
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    sweet, pics look real nice, don't forget to send me them pics of the brackets.

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    badass:bigthumb: my fav 2nd gen 4dr
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    u gonna do the back to or just the front?

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    suscribed .. thats gonna be hot when its done i got myself a 2nd gen 4dr and i wanna do that so bad so ill be watchin and learnin! keep it up it looks awesome

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    i have a triangulated 4-link for the rear with shockwave bags also
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    the work is looking really good! :bigthumb:

    did i miss the thread where you got rid of your front diff and assy? or do those shock waves ride just above where your front shafts will still fit?
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    Under Construction 98low4x4blazer's Avatar
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    nope i ripped out the all the 4x4 stuff, i have furture plans for a motor and trans
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    Looks good , keep up the good work.
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    looks good so far. from the picture of your wheel tucking, you cant really see any camber. did the control arms fix that problem?
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    Under Construction 98low4x4blazer's Avatar
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    there is some camber, but its not too bad. the control arms have help to correct is alittle however no matter what there will be some camber
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    how do the control arms help the camber? it makes sense since it come from a typhoon/syclone thats already lowered but is the lower bar a little shorter or what?
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    yea they a slightly short not much just helps alittle like i said

    what size are you front tires?and you are runnin inner fenders right?
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    for 98 and bowdown, even with ripping out all the 4x4 stuff are you still going ot have the same offset? like would it be possible to tuck 20s on a 4x4 even though they originally stick outside the wells alittle bit? you both have smaller wheels so im curious

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    yes its the same offset, and yes you could tuck a 20, depending upon how far they orginally stick out
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    well if they stick out now where they wont tuck..its not possible then correct?

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