How To: Squat Your Donk On 26s

Sandman Designs shows you how to get 26s under your Donk the right way.

One of the most frequently asked questions we receive is how to properly fit 26s on a Donk and maintain a nice squat while doing so. There are a few ways to do it, but it ultimately comes down to the same basic premise. Some just cut corners when you don’t have to. To clear up the confusion once and for all, RIDES and Sandman Designs are giving you the guide to take you to the Squat Nation.

Tools Needed:
~ Cut-off wheel
~ Air saw
~ Hammer
~ Sockets
~ Wrench
~ Impact
~ Rubberized undercoating
~ Engine degreaser
~ Jack
~ Jack stands

Notes: If you have skirts, you will more than likely need to trim a small portion of the skirt but nothing noticeable. Depending on the width and offset of your rear wheels, you may have to scrap the factory skirt-mounting hardware and screw in the skirts instead.

*DISCLAIMER: Proceed at your own risk. Results may vary. You can totally get hurt if you do this wrong.

One Response to “How To: Squat Your Donk On 26s”

  1. eric

    did he leave the coil spring spacer in the front springs? i saw that on pic 20 and wanted to know if he took that out or nah?


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