'Baggin' your truck and laying it on the pavement is about to get a lot easier. Gone are the days of fabricating parts and buying tools you'll only use once, just to get the job done. Chassis Tech has simplified the exercise with its Street Scraper suspension, which bolts in place of the stock suspension on a '73-'87 shortbed Chevy/GMC C10, and the Plug-'N'-Play air system that is so easy to plumb and wire that a novice could do it. To prove this point, a group of installers dropped a stock '79 C10 to the ground, using this kit during a weekend truck show. Kits are also available for the Chevy S-10, which will allow it to lay frame on 20-inch wheels. Here's how it all went down.

What's In The Box?
The setup is a complete bolt-on affair. Chassis Tech offers replacement control arms for the lowered application, double-bellow air springs, drop spindles, shorter shocks, and a new bolt-in rear frame section. The real key to the speedy installation time is the device in the lower left-hand corner of the photo. That's the Plug-'N'-Play air management system, which packages the compressor, valves, and solenoids all in one neat, pre-plumbed box.