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    4 link mounting.

    So doing some research on bagging my '93 2door.
    Keeping a small wheel/ tire combo, 23" tire, since I know it will be asked.
    I've gathered that I can lay it out on this without tubbing or a huge notch, with the bolt in from SD being sufficient. What I am having a small issue with is what type of link to use, looking at the wishbone and four link, either will be done with bag on bar.
    Which will allow for the upper bars to not go into the floor so much to prevent the backseat from going back in?
    Last edited by notoriouslyray; 03-26-2010 at 08:50 AM. Reason: Meh

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    yes yes what he said
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    Soon to be draggin
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    That post helps me in no such way...
    Anyone, I'm sure this is possible but seemingly hard to find since everyone wants huge wheels and throws interior to the wind, I like the idea of a full interior and laying frame.

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    cando makes a bolt in four link for our trucks

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    its 100% bolt on. and he did say he wanted bag on the bars. there link is made to go with bags over the axle

    edit: or behind the axle.steve is the guy to talk to over there about this link. but at 599.99 plus shipping i think it would be less cash to build it your self

    steve@candospecialties.com



    are you trying to lay frame?

    4 link poly bushings.

    http://www.suicidedoors.com/4-link-k...ted-4-link-kit

    4 link super pivot
    http://www.suicidedoors.com/4-link-k...vot-4-link-kit

    link bar bag mounts
    http://www.suicidedoors.com/4-link-p...r-bag-brackets
    Last edited by dragnblazer; 03-26-2010 at 03:00 PM.
    My project thread 89 bagged 2door
    http://www.blazinlow.com/forum/showthread.php?t=68023

    Wife's daily
    2002 chevy blazer 4 door 2wd ls

    My daily
    2000 Gmc jimmy 2 door 5 speed

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    Trying to lay frame indeed, I've been eyeballing on some of the kits from SD, mainly the superlift wishbone and superlift 4 link.
    Trying to lay frame indeed and just want a kit that will have good lift and be fine with hitting sides a bunch.
    The determining factor of which kit is used will be based on which will allow me to keep the interior nice and stock.

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    So, anything universal is becoming an issue. It's proving hard to find someone with the knowhow willing to help anywhere near me, starting to look at bolt on kits like the one from CanDo, but the problem with that is I'm not sure if it would suffice for a BoB setup.

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