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i beams question

IF I BAG MY I BEAMS CAN I NOTCH THE FRAIM TO MAKE IT GO LOWER ????
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Sure you can. But do you have the skills to do it? Your going to have to move your motor up as well as the tranny etc.
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can i just notch like 2 or 3 inches to make it a litle lower???

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Honestly is there a need in you typing in caps?
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CAPS LOCK IS WHERE IT'S AT YO
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