hahaha, yea, that's my buddy Bill's truck, i bagged it for him. i think it can be lower in the front, so when i get the chance, i am going to make that bitch lay flat. the back lays out really nicely. here's a pic of my work on the rear end...Looking good man! but the white s10 parked next to you is lower....lol
Keep up the good work Greg
it's all Belltech. 2" balljoints, 2" springs, 3" leaf springs, and 1" blocks, although i might step up to a 2" block eventually, the ass end still looks a little high. it rubs like a bitch in the front so the fenderwells will be cut out within a week or two.So what drop did you use??
i can't seem to get the resolution to be low enough so that i can bump up the size of the pic, or i would. i might just have to sign up for something like photobucket or some other hosting service so i can get my ultra high resolution pics posted.Looks good so far. Let's see some better pics!!:355:
eventually they will be replaced with a set of trailer fenders, but for now i'm just gonna cut out the areas that the tire is rubbing and hit it with some primer.Yeah, those tires aren't gonna last for too long with a 4" drop. Been there, done that. It's ridiculous. :lol:
I'm curious to see what you're going to do for new fenders, if you are going to put something in place. Keep us posted!!