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I'm sure this has been asked before, but i can't find any info.

My Blazer has a 3 pump setup, 8's up front 10's out back, coil over/chain bridge
i havn't hooked up the chains up yet, becuase i'm lazy, but will the chain hold the rear end up if i dump the front corner out?
my real question is, what is used to actually "suck" the tire up into the fender, i've seen pictures and it looks like the tire is being pulled up into the fender, is that just the chain bridge in action, or is it something else you gotta add on????? Please help
 

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From my understanding you have to have a chain bridge and be able to do a standing three. Drop your car into three and then go up to the front of the car and push down on the corner that is in the air. Hope this helps and I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong.
 

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Dog Leggin is simply a backwards three-wheel.

If you know how to three wheel then you simply reverse the process for the back.

Just my .02

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to do a dog leg from my understanding you need near perfect weight distribution between the front n rear with a chain bridge if uve got 2 much weight in the rear it wont stay in a dogleg but if uve not got enough weight in the rear it wont 3 wheel
 

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to dogglegg you have to have good weight distribution and a chainbridge you have to pull three then pull the front down by hand if it doesnt stay down you have to take some wieght off that rear corner that is goin to be up in the air and yes the chain is pullin the rear tire up a lil
 

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this is an old topic but i didn't want to make a new one... :happysad:



does anyone have pics of an ideal trunk setup for a gbody (for dogglegging)? i have heard its best to have the batteries mounted between the rear cylinders... is there any truth to that?
 

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I had an 86 monte v6 with 6 batts (3 on each side) 3 pumps and chain bridge and the only way i could get it to dogleg is to have my little BIG brother sit on the fender. Or do a rolling three and hit the brakes real hard. :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by muchogriffo@May 27 2011, 10:32 AM~20640350
I had an 86 monte v6 with 6 batts (3 on each side) 3 pumps and chain bridge and the only way i could get it to dogleg is to have my little BIG brother sit on the fender.   Or  do a rolling three and hit the brakes real hard. :biggrin:
orale cool....

i've seen a few videos of people driving and then doing it after a hard turn?



how big was your little brother? :biggrin:
 

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Originally posted by BrownAzt3ka@May 27 2011, 11:10 AM~20640237
this is an old topic but i didn't want to make a new one... :happysad:
does anyone have pics of an ideal trunk setup for a gbody (for dogglegging)? i have heard its best to have the batteries mounted between the rear cylinders... is there any truth to that?
YES AS MUCH INFRONT OF THE REAREND AS POSSIBLE YA KNOW SO IT BRINGS THE FRONT DOWN SOME.
 

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Originally posted by BrownAzt3ka@May 27 2011, 10:19 AM~20640602
orale cool....

i've seen a few videos of people driving and then doing it after a hard turn?
how big was your little brother? :biggrin:

250-275 at that time. :biggrin:
 

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ALll dogleggin is is a power 3 wheel with more or even weight in the front than rear.. the catch is u usually have to sacrifice more batterys/power reserve to do it and ur batterys are promised to go dead alot faster.. i usually pull half my batterys when i go on long road trips to get better gas milage..






 

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heres mine 3 pumps 6 batteries three on each sides and chains





EXCELLENT!! CAN I GET ANY PICS OF YOUR TRUNK?

ALll dogleggin is is a power 3 wheel with more or even weight in the front than rear.. the catch is u usually have to sacrifice more batterys/power reserve to do it and ur batterys are promised to go dead alot faster.. i usually pull half my batterys when i go on long road trips to get better gas milage..






THANKS FOR POSTING THAT LOOKS GOOD.
 
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