That should be fine it is esy to work with and it comes in a four foot wide roll you buy by the foot for I think four dollars for a 1x4 piece but you can get any number of feet by fur footvwide I love the crap
I know this doesn't usually end up happening on bagged trucks, but it can. The top example in this picture is actually bad for the u joints. There is no operating angles so they're not moving like they're supposed to, to lubricate the needle bearings properly.
yeah mines not on it too hard. actually my differential bracket touches my notch crossmember when layed out. which i am ok with too, because it's less than a half inch from the bags bottoming out. and i like that it bottoms out there that on the bags.
truck has no a/c. sucks but works out good for tubbing. also the truck is a 95 4.3L TBI. Has alot less under the hood than an EFI. i relocated my coolant overflow and removed my ABS already. my only real concern is the wiring harnes on the driver side, but i have some ideas.
i used stainless on a good bit of it. the rest is just airbrake line running into the cab.
i ordered the tubing from McRandal Fluid in Creighton. it was around $2.70ft which was an awesome deal. it's .049 wall and other places i shopped had .035 wall for $5ft
he also make hydraulic hoses and stainless braided