|06-07-2010, 06:01 PM||#1|
Just out for a rip are ya bud?
96' X-Cab 4x4 TRD Off Road 1996 Xtra Cab Automatic 4cyl TRD Off Road
JVC Deck, 10" sub mountd in rear seat cubby, 2 LED off road lights mounted in grille, amber raptor style grille lights, LED rock lights, square led bed light, custom made fuse block tray, 12 blade Blue Sea fuse block, 100a marine circuit breaker, black plasti dipped full grille, tinted tail lights + third, Uniden 520 with 4' firestik, Bilstein 5100s with 620lb Eibach coils, Diff drop, Chevy 63 leaf swap, TG creeper joints, 14" triangulated biletein 5125s, 8" extended steel braided brake line, TG Rock Sliders, CBI Moab 1.0 front bumper, custom fabbed bed rack, full TRD E-Locker axle swap and matching re-gear with custom stand alone wiring circuit, tubbed for 35x12.5" general grabbers on Ultra type 181 wheels, crush sleeve eliminator, removable mothafuckin doors
Lower front A arm clearence help!
Ok so i want to cut a coil on my '99 2wd xcab to lower the front 1". But as of now there is a little less than an inch of clearence (currently stock suspension)between the bump stop on the lower controll arm and the bottom of the frame(attatchment). When i lower it an inch it will be metal on metal, which is bad. So then if i take the bump stop offf what are the chances and risks of the steering arm hitting the frame and getting destroyed when i hit a bump or a dip? So what are my options and what have other people done in this situation.
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