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92 s15 Jimmy 4link Set Up

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Old 12-01-2018, 10:22 PM
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Has anyone ever done a 4link with 3/4 or 1 tons set up on a 92 s15 Jimmy 4dr. I got a stock one awhile back and I want to flex like jeeps do but on the platform I already own

 
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Theres someone who's done it on a 2nd gen. But not sure if I remember seeing a first gen done.
 
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Ya I got a first gen do you think a second gens dimensions would be that different?
 
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I think the dimensions are a little smaller on the first gen then the second. Dont quote me tho. Itll be interesting to see how much.
 
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