You dont always have to move all of that stuff, thats for bigger rims im pretty sure. If its 'fairly stock' with rims/tires too then you shouldnt have to relocate stuff to lat out, but lower profile tires would help.
well the rims and tires are stock right now its the same diamiter as 20's with tires and would be upgrading to 20's next summer so i'm going by the diamiter plus a couple extra inches when i'm cutting my fender what about the heater??
Search the forum for 20s, cuz I don't think many people here have 20s and have the frame completely flat on the ground, or at least not many completely done. Might be a few done but more trying to get to that point.
Well the front fenders need to be tubbed and then you'll have to relocated everything that is connected to those fenders, so go look and see whats there. Open your hood and imagine 20x8 or 20x9, wheels sitting almost at the top of your hood..lol Especially if you want to have it bodydropped. Say there's 3-5" from the top down to the wheels, not much room to put stuff. So what you see is what you need to relocate or move over a bit. With the back, the obvious, bed needs to be cut up and a huge bridge cover welded in or just tubs for wheels, but if your gonna lay, you'll be doing the whole cover anyways.
Oh yeah, with a 4cyl your bit lucky, cuz when I had my '94 4cyl I noticed there's A LOT more room in there than a V6 engine bay. Oh yeah, does it have AC or is it optioned or not?
We have a 94 Sonoma ext cab 4 cyl we are wanting to V8 and Bag on a budget I’m looking for some advice should I start on the body and bag it first or put a motor in then work on the ext.. looking for opinions and advice thank you