In the never-ending quest to rid the world of all asphalt and reflectors, we give you tech on how to keep your S-series at the forefront of this mission. Needing a lot of equipment, we called up AIM Industries. Having more airbag parts in stock than the safety division at Chevy, the only decision was how crazy we wanted to go. We opted to go all the way with a complete four-link setup, tubular upper and lower control arms, and the latest and greatest air managers.

Wanting all the components installed to perfection, we called up our friends at GO-EZ Customs in Placentia, California. 'Bag jobs such as this are no problem for mini-truck veteran Art Gomez, owner/operator of GO-EZ. Art can set you up to the fullest, or build you a mild cruiser; no job is too big or too small.

Customizers and shops alike all have their own way of laying down an S-10. In this series, we will dip into the AIM way of how to get things handled. We swapped the front control arms, and 'bagged and shocked the front (yes, it is possible to run shocks in the front of an S-10 for a smooth ride). We installed AIM's four-link triangulated bolt-on kit and to round things off added one hell of an air management system. For more information, contact the companies located in our source box. To the shop we go!