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post #1 of 22 Old 06-24-2010, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
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Pics of lowerd 4x4s?

Anyone have ay pics of lowerd 4x4s preferably crew cabs but any pics will do im thinking of lowering the cc/sb. Thanks for any input
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Why in gods name would you lower a FOUR WHEEL DRIVE TRUCK? But now i have seen some damn good looking 2wd duallies sitting on the ground

4wd? Lowered? no way


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i know this isnt a ford but it's the baddest lowered truck ive seen
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That dodge is bad A. But it's a 2wd.

The prob you'll find with lowering your truck is going to be clearance between oil pan and front diff. I've looked at mine, and there is only a couple inches to spare at stock ride height. You might be able to get it a little lower with softer springs or bags, but you won't be able to get it slammed.

Let me know what you find though. I've been wanting to get mine to sit a few inches lower.

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there a local guy with a silver 02 dually 4 door long bed that is bagged and will literally lay frame, idk what all hes done to it, prolly WAY to much to even attempt on a budget build


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Reds Miami makes a 7/9 lowering kit for f250s/350s/450s

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Why in gods name would you lower a FOUR WHEEL DRIVE TRUCK? But now i have seen some damn good looking 2wd duallies sitting on the ground

4wd? Lowered? no way
Mainly for the track I dont want to sit on the ground just sit a couple inches lower and the ride is alot better also.
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That dodge is bad A. But it's a 2wd.

The prob you'll find with lowering your truck is going to be clearance between oil pan and front diff. I've looked at mine, and there is only a couple inches to spare at stock ride height. You might be able to get it a little lower with softer springs or bags, but you won't be able to get it slammed.

Let me know what you find though. I've been wanting to get mine to sit a few inches lower.

Good luck
Ive read that you can put 2wd gas springs on the front and take the blocks out the rear it will probably get you about 2 inches lower thats what im gonna do.
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