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    Custom Painter Lay Low's Avatar
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    I'm just waiting to read about you in the paper when your frame smacks the bed right off your truck. your asking for your ass end to shift up on you belive me I dont want to see you hurt but your asking for something to go wrong, maybe not right of way but in do time, save up and do it right notches are just about $40-50 bucks and I want you back to summit more replys.

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    Yeh right, my luck. But eventually i will, but will have to do for right now.

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    I lowered the rear today, its low as SHI#!!!!! Dropped 6 inches in the rear looks sweet. And i have like an 1inch of clearance between the snubs and the rear, and i put some weight on the rear, and it doesnt hit hard as hell, looks like it will be a comfortable ride. But those dam toxic shocks were a bitc# to put in. I will keep yous updated, im doing the front next week, and will post pics.

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    I dropped my 4/5 today

    The leafs were a bitch

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    I hear that, one of my bolts for the old leafs froze up in the rubber bushing, took me like an hour to get it out. Next saturday, im gonna finish the front with a 5inch drop, cant wait.

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    hey phat, where the pics at? put some up on s10forum so i can see it slammed.
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    i need to get them developed

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    it only takes an hour to develop pics:D
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    hey lowlife, post those pics soon... im getting a 5/6 belltech drop kit for my 93' s-10, it'd be nice to see what your ride looks like with it installed!
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    When cutting your frame for the notch what do most of you guys use?? I would think it would be easy with a plasma cutter or torch, but I know heat can weakin the frame. I really dont think i cut hold a sawzal upside down and do it though.????:confused:
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    Won't using a sawzall take forever?
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    forever naww id just say bout 21/2 months lol I dunno
    Ive heard about peopel using a recepricating saw but I havent a clue what that is ??:confused:
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    Truck is done!!! The rear bump stops are sittin on the rear, but it doesnt ride too bad, i mean of course its bumpy, but not that bad to get a headache from, looks pretty sweet. I took a pic, just have to get developed, will post when i get them.

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    Originally posted by ogg2001
    Won't using a sawzall take forever?
    Sawzall/reciprocating saw
    Kleenex/facial tissue
    same/same

    Did mine with a Sawzall (upside down) and worked great.
    One blade one each side and about 10 minutes each...easy.
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    Originally posted by Blazin Low
    I keep mine nice and lubed with anti-sieze and it helps out alot...
    :D

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    did u do it up on jack stands and just layed underneath??
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