Dodge Dakota ForumDodge Dakota PhotosDodgeDakota.net Membership
  Forums   Forum Tools
12:41:05 - 12/17/2018

Lowered / Slammed Dakotas
FromMessage
phatdak02
Dodge Dakota
JOIN HERE
 Email

11/17/2002
21:56:28

Subject: Laying frame on 20's
IP: Logged

Message:
What will it take?? So far, I know I am going to 4-link the rear, super c-notch the frame, cut out the bed for the crossmember and tub it out for the tires, and use 2" dropped control arms up front. Just wondering what else will be needed. How much am I going to have to shave out of the front fender wells, and am I going to have to relocate the battery, fuse box, etc.??

Also, how hard would an install like this be?? I am thinking of getting a shop to do the rear (4-link, crossmember, etc.) and doing the rest myself.

What should I use to get the best fast-bag settup?? I was thinking of using a 9 gallon tank, 1/2" lines, and 3 position valves. But then I heard that the 3 positions aren't as fast. I don't want it to hop or nothing, just want it to be quick. Also, I don't want like 24 functions. I'm only interested in F, B, S, S, pancake. What would be the best wat to do this??

Another thing, I have the tire/handling package with the fender flares. I know that if I want to tuck, I'll have to go to inside the fender on the wheel/tire. Only thing is, I really don't want to give up my flares. Will it look goofy with the flares sticking out?? I know this is just an opinion thing, just wanted to see what ya'll thought.

Any help is VERY much appreciated. I'm kinda new to bags and I want it done RIGHT.



josh
Dodge Dakota
JOIN HERE
 Email

9/05/2014
21:51:11

RE: Laying frame on 20's
IP: Logged

Message:
I have the same question as you. you think you could give me some info? thanks



   P 1


Post a reply to this message:

Username Registration: Optional
All visitors are allowed to post messages


Name:
Email:
Notify me when I get a reply to my message:Yes  No

Icons:            

          

Subject:
Message:
 



Home | Forums | Members | Pictures | Contact Us

This site is in no way affiliated with Chrysler or any of its subsidiaries.