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    Looks good. Are you trying to keep the floor stock or just tubbing it all the way.

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    Hopefully the floor and seats.=)
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    looking good so far. The tube work is fairly similar to what was done with mine.

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    Big and Guilty...may I have your opinions please? Especially on the shock location

















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    the angle on the shocks makes them travel further for a given suspension movement so they may appear stiffer than before, this also requires move travel so make sure the shocks are not the limiting factor in the up or down positions.

    I also can't tell from the pictures if the wishbone front connection has a sliding/floating piece. It should, since it is on different radius's than the main suspension links.


    compressor wiring -I like the butt connector on the Red and the twist connector on the black - Internet critics are a pain LOL

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    i have a 96 2door and i currently have your same old set up and would like to do a wish bone like that or better. or should ai do a regular 4 link. im looking to lay out and drive laid out on 20s i have a SD blazer notch

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