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Old 04-19-2017, 08:44 PM   #26
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Re: 72 Suburban air ride

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So I spoke to Travis at AZproperfermance and I'm going to buy from them. Good price and he took the time to answer all my questions. Also they offer some parts that I haven't seen before. I'm getting those as well!

This is Not and advert for them! just an update of where I'm at with the project.

I was able to get the engine and trans out this week as well as the gas tank in prep for the blaster. hopefullythat can get done next week. Than the POR15 and new parts. Thanks again for all the advice!
Thanks! Look forward to getting you all setup.

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I haven't bought from travis yet but if i ever need something he sells i would go to him first.
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Old 04-20-2017, 10:18 AM   #27

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Re: 72 Suburban air ride

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Hartrod, As you've heard before sweet suburban! In those pics is that aired all the way out? if so what is the measurement from the bottom of the frame to the ground? Did you use stock A arms?

Thanks, Damon
Yeah, aired out. The front will mechanically go lower, but the front inner fenders prevent that. I have ART front tubular arms, and Porterbuilt dropped trailing arms in the rear. I'm running a 30" tire in the rear and a 28" tire in the front. The rear frame is right at 6" from the ground and the front is around 5".
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