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Old 10-31-2009
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2/3in drop

ok guys if i drop my truck 2/3in do i need to do a flip kit in the back end


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bump can any 1 help me out
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Old 11-03-2009
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you can flip your rear hangers to get about 2" if you want the full 3" then yes you'll need a flip kit and lift shackles
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you can flip your rear hangers to get about 2" if you want the full 3" then yes you'll need a flip kit and lift shackles
IMO a 2/3 looks better then just flipped hangers in the back...but thats just me...theres a guy that cut his coils and flipped hangers over on rangerpowersports.com with the name 98vortech...if u want to check out his pics, his does look good tho, but to me the back end is kinda high
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derek ur a poo stain! :P Since when are you doin a drop??
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been planin it since i got the truck
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mono leaf the rear. only if you dont want to flip.
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in all honestly you get the 2/3 and then see a 4/5 and wish it was yours...its addicting
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Old 11-27-2009
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well i am startin with a 2/3 because i am rolling or 20s and i dont think a 4/5 will work
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sure it will it all depends on tire size

4/5 and 20's
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sure it will it all depends on tire size

4/5 and 20's
that is effing sexy i just jessed in my pants
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lol it's bagged now
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in all honestly you get the 2/3 and then see a 4/5 and wish it was yours...its addicting
u can always get the 2/3 and upgrade later awn with c-arms, and use the stock shackle
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much more expensive to go that route. your better off just doin the full 4/5 right now. :thumbsup:
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mono leaf the rear. only if you dont want to flip.
sorry to sound dumb. i no what mono means but for a trcuk is that 1 leaf in the rear and if so will that not make the back of the truck like sawy every wherre
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Don't be cheap and mono leaf it, do it right the first time!
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right on dont mono leaf its not worth it id say 4/5 drop like some people said. cuz it is very addicting and the 4/5 drop is a better stance then a 2/3. trust me i did 2/3 then 3/4 then bagged then the front 7inch drop in the rear now im fully bagged
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dang ppl dont tell me this stuff
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Nice Black truck!
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