Air in the front

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    Dont think youll get very low with that set up. Also not sure how the upper bag cup is supposed to mount, theres nothing for a cup to bolt to
     
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    alright any threads or sites of recommendation?
     
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    Whats your goal and How much work are you willing to do?

    because there arent any bolt on options
     
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    Do a lot of research & what others have done & what parts they have used .
    Than make a parts list & start collecting all that you will need.
    I rode static dropped for a few years but knew that I would be bagging my ride
    Wider front fenders were the first thing to allow the tires more room up front,than dropped front spindles to keep the front geometry as stock, turned down torsion bars & dropped rear leafs with angle blocks finished off the rear.
    With the truck sitting very low the rear axle would hit the frame so I bought a 8 piece notch kit ( allows for welding inside as well as outside),& had it installed At this point it was closer to bag time.
    Tubular a-arms were a must as wanted the front strut rods removed as in the way for more low.
    There is a lot to consider & plan out, & there is a lot of info out there!
     

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