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Unread 11-23-2008, 12:43 PM   #1
OneCleanYj
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Flexin' with the zig-zag

A few people from other forums wanted to see what the zig-zag bar I put on looks like when it drops. The drivers side doesn't drop as far as the passenger, even in this pic it still has a good 1-2" drop left, I just didn't want to back down and stack up more blocks again







Camera phone pics so they're not the best quality, but you get the picture (no pun intended). I'm pretty happy with it. I also moved my rear axle back about 2" Friday too, don't know if 2" would make a difference flexing but the front didn't stuff all the way, and it usually would

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