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Replacing Front suspension with taco coils and shocks

Wondering if you guys think it would be possible to swap out the front shocks for taco springs and shocks to delete the t bars
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Yes i have been looking into that but i was thinking that this way would be on the cheaper side
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i dont see how it would work really...seeing how they are 2 totally different trucks
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