Discussion in 'Lowered and Bagged Suspension' started by Mike, Dec 3, 2009.
What are your drop specs?
2-4 drop done. There was somebody on this thread the wanted to see what it looked like. Not super low, but gives a hot rod look IMHO. I use this truck to go junk yarding for car project parts. Salvage yard owner lets me drive up and down the rows of cars pulling what i need. To this end i need some clearance and suspension travel. This is about as low as i will ever go with it. I think i got rid of the 4x4 look it had as a stocker though. Gonna have to dig around and see if i got some old photos from many years ago before i did any lowering to it.
These the bilstein part numbers?? Would they work on a 5/8 drop?
Sent from my SM-G920T using Tapatalk
Yeah, they're the
Bilsteins. Honestly man, idk. They're rated for up to 4 inch drop in the front and back.
I have a 1994 c1500 (2wd) that I am swapping a posi 3.73 rear from a 4wd in which is obviously 6 lug and want the front to match without adapters/spaces while also installing drop spindles. I am wondering if anyone has any experience in at least the 5 to 6 lug conversion on the front and what i would need to make it possible. Any tips would be appreciated.
Why not use the 5 lug axles and drums in the 4x4 axle if they will interchange. Would be a hexk of a lot easier. Not sure they made 6 lug 2wd setups for these years. They made an 8 lug 3/4 and 1 ton. Only 1/2 ton 4x4s were 6 lug.
Just swap on a set of LD 3/4T 6 lug rotors and youre done.
IIRC, 4x4 diffs are wider.
Separate names with a comma.