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Old 06-29-2010, 06:33 PM
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Don't feel out of place... some crazy people lower 4x4s... A shorter set of springs is just the key to do a rear level, and if you're already planning on rear bags then you're set. Now, have you thought about removing the rear springs entierly and just installing an air-ride system? This would give you infinite adjustability to your rear ride height, and an on-board compressor is ALWAYS handy for things like flat tires, filling inflatables... or running train horns

As for the driveline angles, you'll be fine with only a 2" level as the angles aren't extreme enough to cause issues with the U-joints.
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