Originally Posted by cheese_man
korey go back to kindergarden
you have no idea what you are talking about
do you? monoleaf hasn't been the way to bag since the late 90's, if you have friends that are doing it, they obliviously have no idea how to bag a truck properly.
if you are going to bag the rear, and only the rear, you are going to need at minimum, a 2link with panhard bard, or the best setup would be a 4link, either parallel or a triangulated. You will either need to lower the front with beams/coils, or have hella lift in the rear. If not, your *** will ALWAYS look like its dragging, and never sit level.
There was a bolt on 6link available, that could be used with a bolt in notch, or weld in. There was also a 3link setup made by an airbag company, ask Brian about that one.
You will need some cutting to make this happen, Not as bad if you just bag the rear compared to the whole truck, since the rear will be at an angle, it will be easier to get the bumper to the ground. But with 22's, Id bet that you will still need to cut the bed up, and maybe notch the cab for the drive-shaft. For the most part, it will be trial and error.