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    does that setup get in the way of the axles if you dare to keep them?????

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    Originally posted by blazinfnestyle
    does that setup get in the way of the axles if you dare to keep them?????

    you ditch the half shafts with that setup
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    what do you think about the porkchops???? i came across it the other day but i'm curious to see how low they go and how much travel they have

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    i have never heard of anyone actually running one to tell you the truth. I have only heard bad things about AIM, but i have never ordered from them.

    honestly if you are going to bag it and you dont care if you keep the 4x4 or not just bag it like this, like a 2wd.
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    see thats the thing.... i wanna try to keep my 4wd and i had a few ideas but everyone says theres no way in hell. as far as axle bind, im not worried b/c the only time the trucks gonna be laid out is when its parked. i frequently drive in nyc so i plan to set ride height pretty high once its bagged.

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    so in all honestly is there ALOT of cutting and custom fab you have to do for the front to be bagged.. the more i look at it i would be spending extra money on it for a frame swap. this might be my new goal just bag it 4x4 and go from there. ben i dont wanna do anything crazy like you are doing. i just wanan lay frame.

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    Originally posted by blazinfnestyle
    what do you think about the porkchops???? i came across it the other day but i'm curious to see how low they go and how much travel they have
    theres a bagged gmc syclone on s10 forum that uses something very similiar to the porkchop, his truck lays frame and runs 12's in awd!

    heres the link http://www.s10forum.com/forum/showth...bagged+syclone
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    Originally posted by Flim-jIM
    theres a bagged gmc syclone on s10 forum that uses something very similiar to the porkchop, his truck lays frame and runs 12's in awd!

    heres the link http://www.s10forum.com/forum/showth...bagged+syclone
    looks pretty good, very similar to prok chop design.
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    Originally posted by blazinfnestyle
    see thats the thing.... i wanna try to keep my 4wd and i had a few ideas but everyone says theres no way in hell. as far as axle bind, im not worried b/c the only time the trucks gonna be laid out is when its parked. i frequently drive in nyc so i plan to set ride height pretty high once its bagged.
    you can keep the 4x4 and bag it, you just have to be more creative. You can run the bag on the top of the upper control arm or do somthing like the pork chop
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    actually it is the aim porkchop... i know aim isnt the best company out there, but this piece is cast iron, i wouldnt count it to fail at all
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    Originally posted by Flim-jIM
    actually it is the aim porkchop... i know aim isnt the best company out there, but this piece is cast iron, i wouldnt count it to fail at all
    i know i aim is the pork chop i am saying you can to a torsion bar bag style like the pork chop. sorry i didnt make the more clear.
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    how hard would it be to bag the rear of my blazer without losingthe 4x4 for right now?? or would i have to rip it out??

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    Go with the air ride bag over leaf system in the rear
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    Originally posted by rexmacmillion
    Go with the air ride bag over leaf system in the rear
    nah.... i wanna 4link the rear and i thought about doing bags over the upper arms but someone told me there nothing but trouble...

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    Originally posted by SpikesBlazin
    how hard would it be to bag the rear of my blazer without losingthe 4x4 for right now?? or would i have to rip it out??
    the 4x4 has nothing to do with the rear. The rear is the exact same as a 2wd. If you dont want to do very much cutting and looking for quick and easy then do air over leaf. If you wanna lay it do a 3 or 4 link
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