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#1 MC CUSTOMS

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Posted 10 March 2011 - 08:32 PM

IIGHT MY 90 LS BOX CHEVY HAD 8S ON IT AND RODE NOT BAD

REAR HAS EXTENDED UPPER/LOWER TRAILING ARMS WITH 5" CUPS AND AIR SHOCKS

FRONT I BELIEVE ONLY HAS BIGGER SPRINGS (SAT LOWER IN THE FRONT)

SOLD BOTH SETS OF MY 28S AND BOUGHT A SET OF 30S AND GOINGTO BUY THE 275 25 30 TIRES

WANT TO JACK UP THE FRONT ABOUT 2 TO 3 MORE INCHES AND GET IT TO RIDE SMOOTHER

ALSO GOING TO GET RID OF THE AIR SHOCKS IN BACK AND WANT TO GET THAT MAYBE AN INCH OR SO HIGHER


TELL ME THE WAY TO GOOOO!!

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Posted 11 March 2011 - 12:11 AM

IIGHT MY 90 LS BOX CHEVY HAD 8S ON IT AND RODE NOT BAD

REAR HAS EXTENDED UPPER/LOWER TRAILING ARMS WITH 5" CUPS AND AIR SHOCKS

FRONT I BELIEVE ONLY HAS BIGGER SPRINGS (SAT LOWER IN THE FRONT)

SOLD BOTH SETS OF MY 28S AND BOUGHT A SET OF 30S AND GOINGTO BUY THE 275 25 30 TIRES

WANT TO JACK UP THE FRONT ABOUT 2 TO 3 MORE INCHES AND GET IT TO RIDE SMOOTHER

ALSO GOING TO GET RID OF THE AIR SHOCKS IN BACK AND WANT TO GET THAT MAYBE AN INCH OR SO HIGHER


TELL ME THE WAY TO GOOOO!!

I dont know what u need to make all that shit work Homie but i can tell you its gonna be clean as Fuck cant wait to see it!!! :props:

#3 buickryder

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Posted 11 March 2011 - 01:17 AM

IIGHT MY 90 LS BOX CHEVY HAD 8S ON IT AND RODE NOT BAD

REAR HAS EXTENDED UPPER/LOWER TRAILING ARMS WITH 5" CUPS AND AIR SHOCKS

FRONT I BELIEVE ONLY HAS BIGGER SPRINGS (SAT LOWER IN THE FRONT)

SOLD BOTH SETS OF MY 28S AND BOUGHT A SET OF 30S AND GOINGTO BUY THE 275 25 30 TIRES

WANT TO JACK UP THE FRONT ABOUT 2 TO 3 MORE INCHES AND GET IT TO RIDE SMOOTHER

ALSO GOING TO GET RID OF THE AIR SHOCKS IN BACK AND WANT TO GET THAT MAYBE AN INCH OR SO HIGHER


TELL ME THE WAY TO GOOOO!!

As far as tha front end, I would do a spindle lift if I wuz ur shoes.

#4 MC CUSTOMS

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Posted 11 March 2011 - 01:35 AM

2 or 3" spindle lift up front is EXACTLY what i was thinking, along with extended shocks and in the rear im gonna go gas shocks and remove the air shocks and trim the cups so the springs aint sitting crooked and roll the lip on the wheel well.

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Posted 11 March 2011 - 05:06 AM

2 or 3" spindle lift up front is EXACTLY what i was thinking, along with extended shocks and in the rear im gonna go gas shocks and remove the air shocks and trim the cups so the springs aint sitting crooked and roll the lip on the wheel well.

Sounds like a winna to me!

#6 MC CUSTOMS

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Posted 11 March 2011 - 09:11 AM

as long as this lift goes as planned i think it should be sitting perfect after that... just would like some experienced lift people to chime in on it for me lol

#7 90boxchevy408

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 07:37 AM

@MC CUSTOMS....i'm tryna fit some 8's on my 90 box chevy and wanted ur opinion of what tire to go with. I want to kinda tuck the rims and i already have about a 5 inch lift on my car, i dont want to lift it anymore or cut it much....so which is a better tire for me 275/25/28 or 295/25/28?

#8 MC CUSTOMS

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 08:20 PM

do the 275s because literally the 295s are only about .3" taller but the width will give you the problems. the 275 should go on with no work needed what so ever if you have a decent lift kit on there

#9 90boxchevy408

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 08:42 PM

do the 275s because literally the 295s are only about .3" taller but the width will give you the problems. the 275 should go on with no work needed what so ever if you have a decent lift kit on there

preciate it bruh....couldnt figure out which tire would work the best for me

#10 MC CUSTOMS

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Posted 25 March 2011 - 09:10 PM

no problem man




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