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    really fast im a bit confused about the wire diagrams on page 1 they show different stuff which one should i follow. im not sure if it matters which one but just like i said i dont wanna fuck anything up.
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    Which diagrams in particular?
    I apologize, I forget what your installing.
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    i have got your g body kit its goin into a 87 cutlass the wire diagrams for the relay there are 2 on the front page just wondering which i should follow
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    Here is the Diagram I use for all the installs I have done. Works for each compressor.
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    so where do i inline the switch? between the batt right?
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    between the battery wire to the on of the pressure switch. That way you are able to control when the system initially turns on or not.
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    i thank you guys so much this is really helpful and i hope this is helping other newbies too
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    any actual pictures of how much of the front spring pocket gets removed when bagging a 80-92 caddy? the diagrams with the kit are fairly cheezy. thanks.
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    I'll see if I can find some pictures, it's not of a caddy but it's the same principle of what you need to do.

    Keep in mind that some people say "CUT" when all your really doing is making clearance for the bag so that it won't blow up/get damaged.

    What are you running up front? If it's 2600 bags, your going to have to cut some of the pocket, if it's a 2500 bag you will need to trim. Either processes will need you to run your finger 360 degrees around the bag with your finger, preferably your index. If your finger touches metal, keep at it till you don't feel anything.

    Best thing to do if it's your first time, TAKE YOUR TIME on it. Start off little then grind. NOTE
    You can take off A LOT, but it's hard to put it back if you have taken off too much.
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    sounds lame but what im doing is getting a rubberizer like spray rubber and after its grinded down just shooting a clear rubber coat around the edges just incase any lil shards or anything its anal i know but hmm why not lol
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    Originally posted by 8FLEET9@May 27 2008, 09:21 PM~10749942
    any actual pictures of how much of the front spring pocket gets removed when bagging a 80-92 caddy? the diagrams with the kit are fairly cheezy. thanks.
    Here's a couple pictures of spring pockets. Notice that for the 2600, you will need to cut off a fair amount of the pocket in order for it to clear when deflated so as it is not to rub on anything metal.
    For the 2500, you will see that the pocket is just trimmed from the bottom and maybe a little on the sides, but not as much.

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    Clearance when deflated



    hope this helps.
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    thank you. those are much better than line drawings.
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    Originally posted by 8FLEET9@May 30 2008, 06:52 AM~10769280
    thank you. those are much better than line drawings.

    my bad the last picture on the 2600 section is of an RE8.
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    really fast do you got any pics on what to remove in the front suspension of a gbody bitch of a time cause im hearing you need sways gone for side to side? and i cant really see the pic on how offset the rear cups are thanks again guys your like i said nothing but good guys
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    Originally posted by elitdogg@Jun 5 2008, 11:08 AM~10804774
    really fast do you got any pics on what to remove in the front suspension of a gbody bitch of a time cause im hearing you need sways gone for side to side? and i cant really see the pic on how offset the rear cups are thanks again guys your like i said nothing but good guys
    You take out the shocks and spings. The sway has 4 connections, 2 on the frame and 1 on each lower control arm.
    Sorry no pictures at the moment. Yes sir, you will need to. Offsetting is basically making your brackets work with your bag to give the bag a more linear motion between the two fixed points.

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    last but not least what kind of welds should be used? i got a welder all set up and he is asking me what kinda welds. sorry like i said im really new to this
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    Originally posted by elitdogg@Jun 5 2008, 05:19 PM~10807569
    last but not least what kind of welds should be used? i got a welder all set up and he is asking me what kinda welds. sorry like i said im really new to this
    Solid welds that won't break. Make sure the weld areas look like a roll of coins pushed over.
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    Foey my work is correct?

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