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Old 01-17-2018, 04:00 AM
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Thanks guys
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You're gonna love that suspension
I enjoy reading threads like these to learn some thing new (At least for me) as I have never bagged a suspension or done any of the kinds of mods you are doing.
I have notched a frame or two but always in conjunction with stock but lowered springs and rear ends.

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Old 01-17-2018, 04:08 PM
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I enjoy reading threads like these to learn some thing new (At least for me) as I have never bagged a suspension or done any of the kinds of mods you are doing.
I have notched a frame or two but always in conjunction with stock but lowered springs and rear ends.

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Old 01-18-2018, 03:42 AM
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I enjoy reading threads like these to learn some thing new (At least for me) as I have never bagged a suspension or done any of the kinds of mods you are doing.
I have notched a frame or two but always in conjunction with stock but lowered springs and rear ends.

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X2. I love the sharing of information on this site.
I hear ya on that, without this site I would have a whole lot of unanswered questions, and not enough knowledge to attempt these builds.
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A little more progress, the C Notches are complete with the cut outs done. Diff travels through full range with out any binds and popped tack welds. So I removed the Diff and have been working on the finish welding.
Here's a couple pics and a video.







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looks really good

what rearend is that

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looks really good

what rearend is that

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Good question it's what was on the 90 Chevy pickup
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Good video
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What welding process are you planning to use for burning in the tabs to the cast iron housing?
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Old 01-20-2018, 06:08 AM
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What welding process are you planning to use for burning in the tabs to the cast iron housing?
I followed Dr C's instructions, cleaned the housing up real good, pre-heated
and welded them on. Turned out really good.
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