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that fox coilover is beefy!!! what kind of spindle is that on the left? is the right one the CST?
 

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How did I know that CrazyAggies truck was gonna be maroon? :think: :roflmao:
 

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those are both CST 7" spindles. one is set up for the regular coil long travel kit, the other is his new kit with coilovers and the uniballs. his old kit is up for sale if he hasnt sold it yet.
 

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that's cool and all why I still don't get why you lift :think: a 2wd
 

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Chris99GMC said:
that's cool and all why I still don't get why you lift :think: a 2wd
Whats to get? I think lifting a 2wd is better then lowering it. At least the truck is still functional(towing, hauling) unlike lowering. Ill take a lifted truck over a lowered truck any day.
 

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Whats to get? I think lifting a 2wd is better then lowering it. At least the truck is still functional(towing, hauling) unlike lowering. Ill take a lifted truck over a lowered truck any day.
You're gonna hear alot about this comment...prepare yourself.
 

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Whats to get? I think lifting a 2wd is better then lowering it. At least the truck is still functional(towing, hauling) unlike lowering. Ill take a lifted truck over a lowered truck any day.
I suppose, my opinion on this subject, is that some people are into lifted trucks, and some people are into lowered truck. I, Myself, am into lowered trucks, and my main goal with my current truck is to see how fast I can take the next corner without wiping out, and that's where a lowered suspension comes into play, im an all out performance freak, and feel that if I have a 2wd, it should be dropped, but im not going to bash anyone that lifts a 2wd, just preference I guess.

As for a 4wd, i'd love to have a lifted truck too because we also have a ton of trails around here, but that's just another project, for now i'll finish my 2wd. :D
 

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I wouldn't underestimate the offroad performance of 2wd, :anitoof: I've seen some shit lol
 

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2wd is all you need for most desert trails. Long travel 2wd just means you can go FASTER :rocking:
 

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can't still tow? Ask the tons of owners who use their bodydropped dually to tow a 5th wheel :think: :D
 

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Sevenfold said:
What's the point of lowering a truck? What's the point of putting 22s on it? Obviously, a lot of people like the look.

In Crazyaggies case, you are on something if you don't think that truck is functional. He will be able to jump that truck, go over speed bumps at 50 MPH and barely even feel them, and most importantly tear it up in the desert.
that truck rides smoother than most air suspensions ive been in. you can rollover speedbumps like they arent there. his old kit is freakin smooth, and this one is even better. this topic could be debated about forever, but just remember, we all build our trucks for ourselves. no one can tell you what YOU need to do with your truck
 

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lol... people are going to be saying the same things to me... aggies truck is m favorite lifted truck on the site... i prefer suspension that has a function... lol
 

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brock said:
i prefer suspension that has a function... lol
vs. the average lifted 4x4 that will just break if it offroads as hard as a prerunner hell yeah :pow: :rocking:
 
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