Originally Posted by snrusnak
Well, cheapest thing to level (not really lower) it would be cutting the rear coils to drop the rear 2". Others have done this on this forum (one guy is a 4x4 I think). There are also 2" rear drop kits from ottomax (chevykllr used this I think) and this would be the next least expensive (few hundred bucks). Then there are 4" rear/2" front drop kits (probably $500-$1000) out there as well that some have used on this forum. Beyond that I'm not really sure, but I haven't looked into that as I would never spend that much to change my suspension. I purchased an extra set of springs for my truck and will be cutting them to lower the rear of mine about 1-2". Swapping the rear springs is about a 30 minute to hour job once you've done it once. I plan on swapping back to my stock springs whenever I tow/haul (I am towing this friday so will swap back to my stockers after work friday). My stock springs have more payload.
So day to day I am a pavement princess. I am looking at a 31ft Travel Trailer which will have a GVWR of around 6900lbs (4315lbs Dry) with a 645lb Hitch weight. I do like the way they BellTech 2"/4" drop looks but I can't find a setup for a 4X4. I've already put a set of Timbrens on order to assist with the tow weight and help with the loss of 4" at the back.
Does anyone know if BellTech makes a Crew Cab 4X4 2/4 kit - their site hasn't helped much.