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Old 12-16-2012, 02:35 PM   #51
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Re: Time to bag rear of typhoon.. what to do???

whats your guys opinion on the notch???? make my own?? i dont have a plasma so ill be using a grinder lol, or do i just buy one?? and if i do buy one is it possible to make the s10 notch work with some moddification or just best to get blazer specific notch
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Re: Time to bag rear of typhoon.. what to do???

we need to know what your final tire size will be
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Quote: Originally Posted by wildman ss
we need to know what your final tire size will be
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wont be any bigger then whats on there now which is the 275/40/18
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Re: Time to bag rear of typhoon.. what to do???

Quote: Originally Posted by FuhReelChevy
I think anybody who suggests a pan hard bar for something bagged needs a kick in the head. I do see where he's coming from. Drag cars, circle track, and other racing rigs use that setup, but they are running coil overs, and the axle isn't traveling very far from the frame.

As for being afraid to cut it up, your floor is the least of your worries. There's more to come. And if you don't want to cut it up then I suggest not bagging it. It kinda goes without saying, baggin it=cut that shit up! Lol
Why..?

your foot would be tired, because a panhard is pretty common with parallel link setups..
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Re: Time to bag rear of typhoon.. what to do???

started the baggin, well atleast the gutting of interior haha... decided to use a blazer rear end with disk, just have to find one.. 2 questions i have about that, what year blazers work?? and also im pretty sure the gears will be diff then what i currently have in the ty, will that affect anything?? heres my build thread if you guys didnt know
http://www.s10forum.com/forum/f30/pr...76/index3.html
Old 12-17-2012, 12:04 PM   #57
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Re: Time to bag rear of typhoon.. what to do???

You will need to make sure you get the same ratio in the new axle as what is in your current axle, or you will blow up your transfer case

I want to say you have 3.42s stock, so if you get a 2wd Blazer axle with discs you should be fine, because most of them are 3.42, including the 8.5s

And as far as year, I believe everything '98up will work for you
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awsome thank you so much layinbody!!! as always your the man!!
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Re: Time to bag rear of typhoon.. what to do???

Quote: Originally Posted by blake293209
Why..?

your foot would be tired, because a panhard is pretty common with parallel link setups..
Just not a fan of it. IMO it's just a cheap way of doing it. And if I'm building something I don't want my axle to be going anywhere but up and down. Just my opinion. Don't bite off my head lol
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Re: Time to bag rear of typhoon.. what to do???

Quote: Originally Posted by FuhReelChevy
Just not a fan of it. IMO it's just a cheap way of doing it. And if I'm building something I don't want my axle to be going anywhere but up and down. Just my opinion. Don't bite off my head lol
no hard feelings but you know with a panhard it moves side to side such a small amount if done right that its not really a problem. esp if you set it up for ride height.. then no problems at all.
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X2, nothing wrong with a correctly setup panhard.
Old 12-18-2012, 08:14 AM   #62
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Re: Time to bag rear of typhoon.. what to do???

anyone have a thread of a 2 door blazer getting bagged with a 4 link??? me and tyler both looked last night and everything i found was 4door, or a diff link setup, or pics been deleted from threads..
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