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J.T.
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10/06/2006
10:33:43

Subject: lowering 4x4 possible????
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i got a 98 ext cab dak 4x4 is it possible to lower it? Is there going
to be an issue with the 4 wheel drive?



matt e
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10/11/2006
22:18:22

RE: lowering 4x4 possible????
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go back through the pages ......
people hit on this all the time, yes it is possible you can go down
but not to far w/o major modification



Big Dave
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11/30/2006
14:11:42

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If you want to lower your 4x4, u can but not a whole lot.

Personally, I would raise a 4x4. My friend has a 2000 club cab and its raised 2" with (i think) 32 inch tires. It looks pretty sweet.

I think that 2wd should be lowered and 4wd should be raised, but if you wanna drop it, rock it out dude. Mines lowered and I love it, but mines 2wd.

Just some opinions for ya.



Kyle
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12/06/2006
20:30:29

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Lower the front with the torsion rod adjusters.
Lower the back with sand bags.



Votec Kid
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2/27/2007
13:09:31

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personally i think lowering a 4x4 is stupid and a waste of time but if u crank your torsion bars all the way down (you will need an alignment) and u can take out some of your rear leaf springs start with the lowest one but not the really short bottom one... u can get a few inches lower for almost no cost but just take some measurements b4 u start and when your done so it will all be even



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