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for those with 40+ tires and decent to wild flex

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by basing110, May 27, 2006.

  1. basing110

    basing110 1/2 ton status

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    for those with tires bigger than 40" and have decent to wild flex.lets see some pictures of your rigs .. i want to try and compare to see how mine looks compared to yours ... i wanna see how my suspension compares and fittmant of tires fit in the wheelwell compressed and drooped compared to yours . ill have some pics up of my truck later on today ..hopefully me and my freind will get the 30deg flex ramp done .. but if not ill flex it out as much as a local rock pile will let me .. my k5 specs are 2" lift 52's with overload removed up front with a zero rate to move axle forward an additional 1.5" and custom made 7.25" shackles ,moved shackle hanger mount up additional amount to get my shackle angle right,all poly bushings. rear is stock 56" springs with overload flipped upside down and springs backwards,2" zero rate to move axle forward the 1.5" ,4" ord shackle flip swapped sides with 6" ord rear hd shackles,all poly bushings
     
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    umm...you can post more than 1 pic per post... Looking good though!
     
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    what you run for your suspension it looks good
     
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    yeah sweet, how bout some stats
     
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    This is Koldsimer's blazer. And the exocaged blazer is Leper's.

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    Koldsimer gets 54" of flex without lifting a tire.
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    yeah his is nice
     
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    Basing110, are those 39" Boggers? No body lift, right? Any side pics of it at rest? I'm going to run a similar suspension with 42's and would like to see the stance.
     
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    Here are a couple from last year, I still havent found the "max" but i like it, stock springs all the way around, ORD flip in back, with 39.5" TSLS
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    i have 44" boggers ... koldsimer gets one of his tires 54" off the ground without lifting a tire? yea i cant wait to max mine out on the ramp after i finish getting it built
     
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    yeah that looks pimp so whatcha got for susp i run 44's and i want that flex i got
    6" tc ez rides up front
    6" echobit flip rear stock rear springs
     
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    punk, look at more than jus the pics! :p:

    my k5 specs are 2" lift 52's with overload removed up front with a zero rate to move axle forward an additional 1.5" and custom made 7.25" shackles ,moved shackle hanger mount up additional amount to get my shackle angle right,all poly bushings. rear is stock 56" springs with overload flipped upside down and springs backwards,2" zero rate to move axle forward the 1.5" ,4" ord shackle flip swapped sides with 6" ord rear hd shackles,all poly bushings
     
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    oops lol i think i might need to redo some stuff on mine lol
     

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