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  1. #1
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    Question lowering question

    i know you can adjust the shocks so theyre not as tight and it drops a little bit when its just sitting but ive seen some pictures of peoples who look like the a-arms are actually slanted UP its so low. what other way can i make it sit a little lower?
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    Take out more pre load from the shocks , thats about all you can do .
    At WARN 80% and climbing !

  3. #3
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    You can also make some adjustable turnbuckles for your push rods. Check out the thread by ThomasP.
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    alright thanks, because i want to do some driving on the street and i want to stick to the road as much as possible and being higher up wont help that much!
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    Just wait a little while and there will be all sorts of spring rates, sway bars and heaps of things to make it handle. Lots of manufactureres are working hard on hop-ups. Wont be long.
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  6. #6
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    i lowered my rig by placing 3.5mm limiters in each of the shocks...

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