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Old 03-20-2009, 05:00 PM
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Im sure u guys will wounder why the H*** i want to lower a 4wd but im just woundering how much i can lower it an still be able to use my 4wd its dumb but i was thinkin about it lol
 
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Old 03-20-2009, 07:05 PM
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Just put some real small 13" tires on it like the old school low riders. Or you can do like a buddy of mine did to his old Nova... carry around a bunch of tools and other weight. low and slow.
 
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lol i just want to lower it a bit an throw some 20's on it for the summer lol
 
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can u lower it with blocks or no or what else can i use lol
 
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lowering blocks will work in the back.
 
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an then can i just lossen the torsion bars or get a torsion bar key
 
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Just loosen the bolt.
 
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would a 2 3 drop be to low an would the 4wd still work o an you think my stock tires will still fit the p23575r15 lol
 
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Drop it in the front and see. It is only two bolts.

As far as the 4wd... It should.
 
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okay thanks for your help
how much can i loosen the bolts
 

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