64 Impala Bagged hitting 3-wheel?
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    Default 64 Impala Bagged hitting 3-wheel?

    I'm sure it's been asked before, can you hit 3-wheel with air bags, if so is it hasrd to do?
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    Been done, even a couple vids on YouTube. You can do it turning but it won't stand by itself without rear air cylinders.

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    Not even sure it's possible with bags. Not enough lift. I think you have to run air cylinders
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    From the vids I've seen the front will get about 2 feet off the ground or so. They also drive the car in a circle turning left to keep the momentum and stay on the throttle. It can be done but nothing like juice or cylinders.

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    Ya it can be done. I did it before when I had 13s on mine. With bags in the back

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    Just get hydraulics

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    ^^^^^^ what he said. If you want to hit three wheels with out driving in circles. Just juice it.
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    Depends on what size bag and probably cant run shocks

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    I'm just worried about the ride quality (my wife might not like the bouncy ride with the hydros)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4dr64impala View Post
    I'm just worried about the ride quality (my wife might not like the bouncy ride with the hydros)
    Then get a new wife.

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    Hahaha. I'm not a hydro guy but I'm pretty sure you can get a decent quality ride, just need a few more pieces to the setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jahlg View Post
    Not even sure it's possible with bags. Not enough lift. I think you have to run air cylinders
    They won't do a standing 3, but mine will do a rolling 3 with just SS7's front and rear.
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