Didn't see one started yet but I have noticed a couple more bagged NNBS' showing up. Post up some pics with a description of the components you used, wheel/tire size, etc.
hey man there are alot of people who seem to not like the ekstensive rear kit.i see that you have it and that is wat im thinking of running.so tell us all how you like there kit and how its working for you.Ekstenvie front kit and rear 2 link kit, tubbed firewall and fenders. dual viair 480s with 9 gallon tank, 3/8s smc valves with smc check valves fittings etc.., viair black dual needle gauge, re7s all the way around. Layed out on 24s.
Its my friends truck that we did. The kit is simple to install, and works great for the ride hight the pinion is setup for. No vibrations and rides good. He uses the truck for work and tows a little single axle box trailer with his tools in it for work everyday that wieghs about 4500lbs with no problem. The front kit is awsome, lil to no camber and no bumpsteerhey man there are alot of people who seem to not like the ekstensive rear kit.i see that you have it and that is wat im thinking of running.so tell us all how you like there kit and how its working for you.
man there is so much talk about that.the guys that have it love it the ones that dnt have all the reasons why not to have it.im in the middle with it i rly dnt no .i think it is ok and its freeken easy to do but i do think the kp is better but verry pricey.and then some say they wont buy another kp set up .me im still debating on wat i want .i no im going to run the eke front setup just not sure on back yet.but i did see something about the pinion angle and the kp will keep it better allined threw out the up down movement.so that has to be better off if your going to ride at different hights.should i go with ekstensive rear kit or kp?? i see the kp with cantilever is $1269 and ekstensive is $650. not sure what kit i need to go with..