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    Damn is that first pic a syclone? i would never do that to one of those! also that kit is a porkchop kit and it is used to lift a 4x4 with bags
    yes its a syclone. and its still awd
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    thanks for your opinion
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    that is an awesome idea!
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    i like the idea of the air bag torsion bar lift but does anybody have any idea how much lift you can get with that kit??
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    i have always want to drive or ride in somthing with the porkchop. If you wanted to keep the 4x4 it would deffinetly be better the bagging on the upper control arm. atleast thats my oppion
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    damn low dragging 4x4
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    im pretty sure you cant lay out on the porkchop though. i think it would have to be modified
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    you can lay out with the pork chop. probably 18s max tho.

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    Originally posted by JKBLAZIN
    im pretty sure you cant lay out on the porkchop though. i think it would have to be modified
    i really doubt you would be able to, at some point you ball joints are going to bind with stock control arms.
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    Def a ball joingt killer, but I think this would be awesome on 4x4 models (rather than awd). It could be raised to a better height to engage the 4wd.
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    Originally posted by SpikesBlazin
    dont worry i like them black too. :omg:
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