I think 4 link is the way I'll go.
Haha, Clayton is what I'll go with. And I think I know what I'm doing for bumpstops. But right now I am looking for good prices on gears and master installs...So are you going with a BDS 4 link?? Cuz TNT and Clayton "long arm kits" arent 4 links.....ther radius arms/2link setup in sort of theory
on a side not for BUMP STOPS go to the Junk Yard!!! Ive been keeping notes at work like a lil nerd and
older toyota pickups have a decent rear bumpstop
but the better choice seems to be 03- and up rear bumps off a ram 1500 somethin to look at and is def gonna be cheaper than daystar or some place like that
are you going with the radius arms then ? the johnny joints are bigger on the 3 link:thumbsup:, plus you can upgrade to the 4th link for around 320$ if you want to add it later. it would take some exhaust mods but would work..Haha, Clayton is what I'll go with. And I think I know what I'm doing for bumpstops. But right now I am looking for good prices on gears and master installs...
Ashland is my school Richmond is my home town: I'll be there. Come and get itibjeepin95 said:Wait, where are you now? I thought you lived and went to school in Richmond...
I used the original center hole. Went back just like my 35 did. I'll get some pics up tomorrow.When you put in your 8.25 did you use the center hole in the perch or slide it back so the spring pin was in the front hole. I dont know about you but I barely had any room at the front of the wheel well. So I slid mine back and gained an 1 1/2" of wheel base and needed clearance.:thumbsup:
OOOORRR you could ride over tomorrow morning and help me put it on.....and get my E brake cables worked out. And shock mounts :rofl::rofl::rofl:put that bumper on and call me so I can see it dood. and lets go play in the woods, pronto.