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Need to lower my 6 inch lift to a 4 inch. Help

I need to turn my 6 in procomp lift into a 4 in to clear my parking garage. Is it as easy as buying new springs or will it require a new lift all together? Any help is appreciated.

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Call Explorer Pro Comp directly and ask them to give you the new#s needed. Pro Comp is great about this stuff. Or look at converting the front to air springs and just let it down to access the garage, some air bag contrllers can be set with a Valet or kneeling position to lower the truck to make getting in and out easier. Shop airlift, bagit, etc, look in truckn or 8lug magazine.
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