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You should lowered it yourself. The front is easy. You may or may not need a bump steer kit based on how much you lower the front. I would swap out the rear spring plates for adjustable ones since you need to take them off to re-index them. This will make corner balancing and setting the rear right height less time consuming for a shop.
Old 06-10-2008, 06:50 AM
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