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    wu-head 4x4lolo's Avatar
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    can i lay

    will i be able to lay out with a mono and 4"block set up? i am planning on getting a 4-link but it will have to wait until spring unless somebody can send me a diagrame or directions and measurements to fab my own.
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    myfriend just finished his and he has a mono 3" block setup and laid out.
    94 sonoma full bagged and hell yeah it hops. all done by myself with no air tools all hand tools. draggin door by August

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    You need a stepnotch...
    plus how would you drive. Its permalaid out

    if ya had a stepnotch with a 3 inch block setup and a mono leaf you could lay
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    8 is right like normal....
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    youll get close if you have 205/40/r15........

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    close isn't good enough...heres an idea 205/40/r15 half way inflaited then you could lay
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    That tire size is non-existent. 15's don't go smaller than a 50 series. There is a35 or 45 series 15" tire but it's like a 315 width or something close to it.
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    Originally posted by Dragginblazer
    That tire size is non-existent. 15's don't go smaller than a 50 series. There is a35 or 45 series 15" tire but it's like a 315 width or something close to it.
    thanks for correcting us on that huge technicallity draggin
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    In my friends s10 he lays out with a mono-leaf and 4" blocks. With 45 series on 17" rims.
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    i just bought 4 new 225/55/15's and mine lays out to much now but wit a little modification, it'll be just perfect, now i can put my blower motor back in and replace the rear mono that i heated to lay on 235/75/15's, i'll have to get new airbag buckets in the front because i cut on the others so i could lay.
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    Originally posted by ogg2001
    In my friends s10 he lays out with a mono-leaf and 4" blocks. With 45 series on 17" rims.
    My '91 Sonoma has ZQ8's (16x8) with 225/40/16 tires. It's bagged in the front with airshocks & monoleafed in the back with 4" blocks. I cut off the O.E. bumpstop mounts off & it WILL NOT LAY FRAME WITHOUT A NOTCH. It lays part of the front framerail & the crossmember hard but thats all.

    I would like to see a pic of your friends non-notched truck with those big tires laying on 17's.
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    nobody ever said anythiing about not being notch i am bout to nothc mine and that was what the ? was originally for can i lay with a mono leaf 4" block set up(notched) but i have decided to get a 4-link.
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    If you step notch it yes i beleive you can.. But with a setup like that you wouldnt be able to drive down the road..... SO i dont get it.....
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    just a question why would you guys want to lay so much? wouldnt you rather just come close? i think that would be much more practicle for a daily driven truck

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