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How about a Foose FD 100 with a coyote ? Also any suggestions on how to lower the stance just a hair that doesn't require surgery in the front end ? I just want to drop it just a hair in the front and in the rear ? 

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In the rear the axle is right against the frame, so you’d have to take plastic out of the frame equal to the drop desired. The frame is plenty thick in this spot. Up front you could move the axle position by drilling new holes higher on the suspension pieces that receive them. Caution on working here, those parts are attached to the frame with fragile little rods!

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Got some work done on it painted the wheel centers and used photoetch rotors and calipers from highlight model studio. Not gonna drop it any just roll with it stock

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You should recognize the wheels on this mocked up MPC Datsun pickup!   Yes, I've stuffed the Foose pickup chassis under it! 

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17 hours ago, Tom Geiger said:

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You should recognize the wheels on this mocked up MPC Datsun pickup!   Yes, I've stuffed the Foose pickup chassis under it! 

Heck yeah that looks awesome

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