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need insight on lowering a 94 pickup

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Old 05-13-2008, 07:09 AM
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Whats up? Im new round here so please bear with me. I need a little info on this project. on the front we are dropping about 4 inches, which i have new bolts to use with the torsion bars. on the rear, we already installed a 2'' block, and removed the shocks and all but 2 springs on each side. ( We removed all but one spring but had to put one back because the driveshaft was rubbing the cab, and our tunnel isint finished yet.) The rear is actually sitting about 5 inches lowre than stock. plans are to C-notch it and bag it this weekend, but I got to have a 4-link to hold the axle in the right spot at the right pitch. Any suggestions on a good 4-link setup, or should I fab my own. If you could share any pics of your rear suspension that would be helpful too. Ohand by the way, whats the proper way to bag the torsion bar front suspension?!?! I appreciate any help!
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Old 07-01-2008, 08:26 PM
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iam doin the same i just lowered the frount with the torsion adjustment and the back 3" Blocks but Suicidedoors.com has a good set up or fbiparts.com
 
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