i have 1/2" dumps and fills. to slow it down i used a swagelok 1/2" to 3/8" fitting on the dump, and it slowed it down drastically.I have an 04 also. Most people will recommend the kp 6 link for a nice dependable system for a the rear end. And standard cup and bags up front. At east get 5 gallons of air and some valve. 1/2" or 3/8" depending on how fast you want it. Personally i would run 1/2 fills and 3/8 dumps. I have 1/2 and they are a little to fast dumps.
My truck is a daily also and I just put in 1/2" fills and dumps. Its a bit fast for me on the dump side, and will probably be adding reducers to slow it down. But I wanted to have 1/2 just in case I wouldn't have been happy with the 3/8's.i have 1/2" dumps and fills. to slow it down i used a swagelok 1/2" to 3/8" fitting on the dump, and it slowed it down drastically.
Spindles yes.....spindles w/ drop arms are a big :nono: IMO...You can put on some drop spindles to correst the camber if your running 20's. If your running 22's I think its spindles and drop arms.
BUt I suggest contitect bags. I',m running 2600 4 ply dual 1/2 ports and I love them.
I've always hear dit was a no no also but I thought Ive heard thats how to do it with 22's. Sorry for the bad info.Spindles yes.....spindles w/ drop arms are a big :nono: IMO...
there is no real way to completely eliminate negative camber....it is just something that happens with the movement of you control arms. Just get a set of spindles and you'll be fine..