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    It pretty much means during winter leave it high so you don't have to worry about the truck being stuck on the ground. I want to bag my full size daily driver and I talked to some local guys and that's pretty much what they told me. The only thing holding me back is that I don't want to cut into my bed to get the thing to lay.

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    why not? if you do it right, it doesn't take up that much more room.
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    Toolman i live in calgary too and i got 2 friends with bags. They don't drive them in the winter because of the lines freze when it gets below -20 i think. My one buddy has them on a late 80's burb and he had one crack on him last year!

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    Now they both park them for the winter.

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    ahhhh shit!!!
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    in my opinion hydos are great on cars , not so much on trucks, im gettin juice soon, just cuz you can play longer when you have juice, and by the way you cant hop as high with hydros than with bags, and so you know, low-lows with hydraulics were using scrape plates under bumpers or crossmemebers wayyyy before bags got popular, just read the history of lowriding, and youll learn a thing or two, and what makes you think you can't lay with dros?? i love minitrucks and low-lows, airbags, and hydros way be so narrow minded, a 2 pump setup with 2-4 batts, will give little to no problems if installed properly, and if not abused! plus with accums, it can ride just like bags. love to anyone who loves to lay low.
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    thats cool....I don't mind hydros either but I am set on getting bags done. it's only a matter of those damn lines!
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    Originally posted by TOOLMAN
    why not? if you do it right, it doesn't take up that much more room.
    Try putting a few sheets of drywall or plywood in the back w/ a bridge and monster notch. I use this truck like a truck should be used and I don't want to compromise the utility. Has anyone seen or done a full size(step side) without cutting the bed.

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    god I am a moron...I even know a guy that lives near me who has hydros and has accumulators and drags ass lol ...no idea why I wrote that about hydros : /
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    i suppose when you look at it that way, you are right. I wont be hauling too much in mine. I doubt you can do it (get it to lay frame) without cutting and notching.
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    Try putting a few sheets of drywall or plywood in the back w/ a bridge and monster notch. I use this truck like a truck should be used and I don't want to compromise the utility. Has anyone seen or done a full size(step side) without cutting the bed.
    just an idea but you could body drop the box and put some body lift mounts under it that way you could keep a flat floor....

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    sounds like a good idea
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