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01-07 Chevy/GM Classic's, show off your suspension

Discussion in 'Steering, Suspension and Wheels' started by Nor-Cal Nick, May 9, 2008.

  1. Nor-Cal Nick

    Nor-Cal Nick Suspension Consultant

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    This I think is a good one for guys from mild to wild to show off there suspension set up's and talk alittle about what they think about it. Others can maybe see something they have been thinking of doing on there own truck.


    Pic's and spec's.... POST THEM UP !!!
     
  2. yodamoga66

    yodamoga66 Recruit

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    How do I upload a pic from my computer so I can show some lift pics?
     
  3. DA INFERNO

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    DA INFERNO

    Here is some pics of mine.
     

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  4. Louisianarebel

    Louisianarebel Fits gonna hit the SHan soon

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  5. DunesRunner08

    DunesRunner08 Banned

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    DAMN!!!! I can't post in this one!!!!! oh wait...I got pic of AirAids truck!!! Wahoo!!!!!

    2006 Chevy 2500 HD 6.6L D-max, edge tuner, AirAid intake, MBRP exhaust, Superlift 6" lift, KMC Hoss Wheels, Nitto tires, Iron Bull Bumpers front and rear, and a bunch of other stuff...maybe if he ever makes it to this site, he'll fill you in with the rest...lol

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  6. Unit453

    Unit453 Cruises comfortably at 140... Staff Member Administrator

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    Cognito leveling kit with Bilsteins, Air Lift rear bags.
     

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  7. RYDNHI4X4

    RYDNHI4X4 Halt Halt Or I'll Release My Dog

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    Cognito leveling kit with Bilstein Shocks w/ Cognito HD Tie-rods, pitman and idler-arms also I have 2in. blocks in the rear with Sulastic shackles.
     

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  8. :sleep:Hahahaha, I'm an idiot. I was like, wtf RYDNHI4X4s truck looks a shit ton like Nick's...then I remembered that Nick was babysitting this truck that looked alot like his.
     
  9. TwoTone

    TwoTone Im here for the Cake!

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  10. RYDNHI4X4

    RYDNHI4X4 Halt Halt Or I'll Release My Dog

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    True, but he went with air bags and I went with Sulastic Shackles and mine rides a whole better then his, loaded or unloaded.

    Hey Nick V. can he still run those shackles having air bags?
     
  11. Unit453

    Unit453 Cruises comfortably at 140... Staff Member Administrator

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    LOL....We're room mates...):h
     
  12. Cheyenne19

    Cheyenne19 Special agent C19 A(ACLU)

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    Cranked tbars 1" block 315's
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  13. Nor-Cal Nick

    Nor-Cal Nick Suspension Consultant

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    Yes he can run both. That is how my Dually is set up.
     
  14. Unit453

    Unit453 Cruises comfortably at 140... Staff Member Administrator

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    So, I can run shackles and bags? Oh boy...:eek:16:
     
  15. Nor-Cal Nick

    Nor-Cal Nick Suspension Consultant

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    :ihih: Best of both worlds in ride.
     
  16. got-h2o

    got-h2o HillBilly Pimp

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    Here's mine. One overall, one of the rear spacers that I made for the bags, and a couple of the front shock assy's. Forgive the crappy appearance of the frame and underside up front. I still have to tidy it up from this past winter :eek:. That dang salt!!

    Anyways, it's a Cognito 4/6 at 4.5" with 3.5" rear blocks and Bilsteins. Thanks to Nick at Norcal Truck!

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  17. Unit453

    Unit453 Cruises comfortably at 140... Staff Member Administrator

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    Bill, thats interesting. The spacers I got from Nick are on the bottom. Does it matter where they're at? I wouldnt mind another 2" at the top because when the bags are completely deflated, there's no actual lift at all. I put like 10 psi in them and it comes up like 3 inches. I like the spacer you used. Looks like 3 or 4".
     

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  18. Irishtornado

    Irishtornado Diesel Fanatic

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    Sweet rims what brand are those? Who did you guys get these airbags from I need to get a set for my truck as well as my Dad's 1/2 ton for this summers boat hauling.
     
  19. Irishtornado

    Irishtornado Diesel Fanatic

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    Sorry forgot to post my Cognito leveling kit...
     

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  20. Unit453

    Unit453 Cruises comfortably at 140... Staff Member Administrator

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    Nor-Cal-Nick...He'll set you up.
     

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