The Static NBS Thread(99-07classic)

Discussion in 'Street Suspension' started by numatk_07, Dec 4, 2009.

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  1. NoStopN

    NoStopN Rusty Hinges, porn star

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    I wouldn't expect them to have changed bore size. Especially since they didn't change bolt patterns. Even my wheels are NNBS & they bolt up with no problems.
     
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    Lucky, all the ones I find are $1200 and they have stock 275/55/20 tires
     
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    Figured why not change it up a bit, had these Boss 22s like 10 years. If they didn't have the right tires it wouldn't of happened, paid under 900 too.


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    WOW!!!!! I can't believe I just went thru 713 pages of this thread - well yes I can because there was a ton of Bad-ASS trucks in here and I was hooked - felt like a crack addict - i just wanted more. I didnt read all 713 pages but I did read a lot and learned a lot - even though there were a lot of pics missing - the ones that were there were very nice to look at.

    One question I do have and I understand that a lot of the people from this thread have probably moved on but I did not see (well maybe just 1) any Regular Cab Long Bed trucks in here with drops - Is there any reason why???

    I got an 05 RCLB W/T that I am getting ready to rip the sorry V6 and drop in an LS motor, then once thats complete I plan on joining this thread with a 4/6 drop.
     
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    Not many rclb period. Hardly see lifted ones either.
     
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    Little change up


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    I like that, is it about a 4/6 now?
     
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    That it is exactly, happy with the 20s. Clean and simple, when I put the 1st one on I was "ehhhhh Idk", gotta slap the covers on.

    Last owner of rims painted the bow tie black on center, anyway to remove abd not damage polished finish?


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    I use the orange stripper stuff on sensitive parta, I think it's citristrip or something, I use it to strip varnish off wood stocks for guns I refinish. Takes longer than aircraft stripper but works great. I used it to remove paint from plastic engine covers and the plastic is good as new. I would try that
     
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    Just before the RCSB went down for its winter interior update.

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    I don't know what rear set up In inches I have but I know it low I have 16s with big tires amd it damn near tucking rim the front is 3 inches I just put smaller tires to see how bad it rode so I can put spindles now the back I have the djm flip, a pulled leaf had shackles but it was really low gas tank is i. The bed of my truck I have 6 inch notches had to trim the bed supports cause the rear end was hitting the bed
     
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    Here my truck

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    @BOO5TED

    Can you get me fender measurements from center of hub? Both front and rear, your truck looks good on 275/45/20 for daily driving...
     
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    I too like the stance on this truck. Not a huge fan of the black pillar though, kind of makes it look like a Hi-Lux lol. But definitely a nice ride.
     
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    Slapped the caps on
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    If that bow tie or spray paint which is what a lot of diy people do, try some sort of solvent. Laquer thinner reducer acetone. Any of those should get it off if it's spray paint
     

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