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Putting the frame back together with nice clean parts is a really nice feeling. No dirty, rusty, greasy nuts/bolts to deal with.
Here's the rear end after I finished it up. My cousin sliding the rear end into place With new bushings installed, these will be bolted up
The rear will be lifted using Pro hopper 14" The rear springs will be a single 2 Ton Finally assembled, the rear of the frame lays pretty low.
competition cylinders w/ coil over kit. spring cut in half for a low drop. It will drop more once the body is on with batteries and pumps
The front will be assembled using the following parts:
The lower control arms that I built. The upper control arms. 4 1/2 Ton Hopping Springs 8" chrome Pro hopper cylinders
Here's the front completed: You can see the positive camber angle from the extended arms.
Here's some pics of the frame finally rolling and out in the sunlight. Enjoy.
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