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Old 05-23-2013, 06:58 PM
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Probably gonna catch alot of crap for this.

Looking at a 08 450 2wd dually with the 6.4 and 50k miles on it.My question is does someone make a lowering kit for it? a 3/5 or 2/4?
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Old 05-23-2013, 07:33 PM
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someone has to. ive seen plenty of sweet lowered duallys.
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Old 05-23-2013, 10:02 PM
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I dunno why any one would give you crap about it.
The good thing is............ being a 2WD..........but being a 450, would limit your choices.
A place to start is DJM suspension. If they dont make anything for a 450, they might be able to steer you in the right direction. Good Luck to you bud.
I think, I remember seeing a lowered dually thread in here. You might wanna check it out.
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I've looked around quite a bit and the 450 is more heavy duty I guess. Either way i'm gonna keep looking cause this truck seems like a sweet deal I just don't wanna be able to do what I want with it.
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I've looked around quite a bit and the 450 is more heavy duty I guess. Either way i'm gonna keep looking cause this truck seems like a sweet deal I just don't wanna be able to do what I want with it.
hey man it is YOUR truck you should be able to do what ever you want with it
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Would it be possible to remove a leaf in the back and take out the blocks? That would be a good amount of drop right there.


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Most people on the SRW 250s and 350s buy 5.4 coils. There are three different part numbers for three different spring ratings. 4400, 4800, and 5200# IIRC. Most run the 4400 coils in the front and take out the rear block. Your front end should be the same
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