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ok im in the process of baggin my first gen and i was just checking to make sure what size bags to use...i wanna with 2500s in the front and 2600s in the rear right? and also will hi or low volum make a difference?
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2500 up front 2600 in the back is correct...good luck bro
 

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they all work good..i personally am gonna ditch my monoleaf setup for a 3 link. but that just me....if you do a 2 link i know theres a company out there that makes a bad ass bolt in one.
 

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wonbadass10 said:
ok im in the process of baggin my first gen and i was just checking to make sure what size bags to use...i wanna with 2500s in the front and 2600s in the rear right? and also will hi or low volum make a difference?
thanks for any help
later
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If it were me I would run a 6957 in the front and an F9000 in the rear. Especially if you are going to end up running a four link. The tapered sleeve in the rear will give more lift and a much better ride that running a double convoluted in the rear.

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tony where can i get these bags that u r refering too? and also do u know the price on them? i found the 2500 and 2600 through aim for 59/each so im kinda leanin towards them..also flowmini do u knwo what company it is that makes the 2 link u r talkin about..im considering making my own but if i can find one for a decent price
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ok....... here is the part that is really gonna throw you for a loop.... 2500 and 2600 are extremly generic bag labeling. Firestone does not have a part number 2500 or 2600. In fact those type of bags they refer to as can actually be one of about 70 very different bags. Even though they look the same they are not. Two bags can carry the same exact demensions and actually have two completely different spring rates, giving you totally different installed heights, ride heights, ect....... The part numbers I gave you are specific part numbers.

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wonbadass10: Extensive metal Works creates a 2 link set up, but it is not bolt on. It seems fairly easy to do if you can weld. If not, you can get the kit and have someone that lives by you and intsall it for you. It go's around for 500 dollars (don't quote me on that for I am not certain).
 

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ok thanks tony....so the bags u were talking about are firestones..u just gave me specific part numbers, which i appreciate, but where can i get them? Also welding isnt a problem so the link doesnt have to be bolt on
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i dont remember what company makes that 2 link but i will try to find out for you.
 

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wonbadass10 said:
ok thanks tony....so the bags u were talking about are firestones..u just gave me specific part numbers, which i appreciate, but where can i get them? Also welding isnt a problem so the link doesnt have to be bolt on
thanks again
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You can either get them through me or possibly get a better deal through one of my dealers.

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