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Old 03-28-2007, 07:24 PM   #1
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I was wondering if any of you guys know about the difficulty level and what is needed to install a 4-Link with air bag suspension in the rear of my 05 Screw cab. Or if there are any other ways to use bags and have a slammed look. Eventually I want to do this and tuck 24's in the rear and hopefully in the front but i'm willing to get to some 22's in the front if 24's arent possible.
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anything is posiable, its all about how much money you want to spend.
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Well money is no problem with me. It comes and goes.
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No I'm totally kidding, I barely have any money. I was hopeing I could install myself and then spend ballpark $1500 on the suspension
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depends on how low you want to go if you want to tuck and drag low you have to switch to a two wheel drive frame and stuff and thats expensive and even to do it on a 4 wheel drive it could cost like 3000 i would guess for bags and install just get lowering springs prolly would be cheaper
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I purposely bought a 2wd truck so i could eventually lay frame. All the non-bag kits i look at are max 3" front and 6" back. I'm talking slammed and i guess the only way to do that is the 4-link. I'm pretty new to the whole after-market custom scene
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It's going to get even harder if you put huge rims on there.

cant you just get drop spindles for the front of it?
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just have to gut out the fenders and do some custom work its alot of work but its worth it
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when i got my 2wd thats kind of what i wanted to do but i was gonna go as low as i could go without cut, chop, rebuild so i was gonna do shackles in the rear and somekind of lowering springs like eibach or skunk2 and then just looking at whats next but ive never really slamed a vehicle as in a penny pusher but ive lifted em and its more or less the reverse process
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