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dmopar74 08-04-2010 07:01 PM

reqesting pics of 4/6 drops!
 
im looking for pics of quad cabs 02up with 4/6 drops and 20s or 22s. im tired of dealing with my 73 crew cab and looking to go newer. thanks in advance!

bones64 08-04-2010 07:08 PM

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:smileup:Sorry not the greatest............I have a 5inch rear flip and 2 inch drop coil. Not sure if it helps????????????????

GregInAtl 08-04-2010 10:07 PM

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heres my McGaughys kit 4/6" 2 lowered and one before.... 4" 6" was conservative, more like 4.5" front and 7" rear. filp thru them and when you get to the before pic, arrow to the first one again....it is quite a difference!

dmopar74 08-04-2010 10:19 PM

thats nice lookin right there! is 4/6 the lowest people are going with static drops on these trucks?

GregInAtl 08-05-2010 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by dmopar74 (Post 276292)
thats nice lookin right there! is 4/6 the lowest people are going with static drops on these trucks?

Pretty much, a few swap the 2' coil for a 3" and do 5/6"...I am looking at that now...

TheSatinPumpkin 08-06-2010 11:19 AM

Cutting half a coil from a 2" coil should take it down to 5" drop and then 2 inch shackles for the rear.

GregInAtl 08-06-2010 07:24 PM

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Originally Posted by kay9 (Post 277248)
Cutting half a coil from a 2" coil should take it down to 5" drop and then 2 inch shackles for the rear.

1/2 coil =3" or 1"...I was told 1/4 coil was 1" on our trucks....what did youexperience?
BTW, does your camber fall in spec after you cut and align? (Is there that much adjustment on camber, I already eat tires on insides up front)


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