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Old 01-27-2012, 12:22 PM
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What springs would you be using?
I was thinking of only going to a 4" 73-87 GM front spring. I just want to run a 35 All Terrain as I will be pulling with this truck. Mostly used for pulling the travel trailer but I want it to be usefull when we get a ton of snow up here also. 2wd pickups suck in the snow.

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Hi Chris, I would like a PDF of the install please. remjr88@gmail.com Thanks!!!
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Hi Chris, I would like a PDF of the install please. remjr88@gmail.com Thanks!!!
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I would be using the stock length from a 73-87 fronts. Thanks!!!
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so does the kit work with 47 and 52 inch springs? want to do this to my tahoe. going to get a 79k2500 for the rear end and springs and ford d44 from my friend for the front end. get the steeering set up and shock hoops welded on
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so does the kit work with 47 and 52 inch springs? want to do this to my tahoe. going to get a 79k2500 for the rear end and springs and ford d44 from my friend for the front end. get the steeering set up and shock hoops welded on
We have kits for both but the brackets are specific to the spring.
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