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ok, all this lowered business is really starting to make me browse the net looking at prices. SO i did a search and couldn't find anything on it. I was browsing stylin c and i come across these shocks that claim to lower ur front end 0" 1" or 2" and even raise 1" if u desire, meanwhile retaining your stock springs. is this true? does this mean u could buy these shocks and then blocks for the rear and u would be done, finished, cake work, is it really that easy? first time i've seen it

http://www.stylinconcepts.com/parts.aspx/partfamilyid/1926
 

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You might want to look at the suspension sticky I made awhile back. I have the part numbers for each product beside them. Belltech has not released those adjustable drop/lift shocks yet. Tom at street beat said it should be a few more months before there released.

http://forum.355nation.net/showthread.php?t=66


How low do you want to go and how much mony do you want to spend?
 

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fellas if u remember my tires are huge. 255/50/20 on Z85 height. So stock right now if i torque the steering wheel either way it rubs slightly. Honestly i dont even know if i can do a 2/2 whatcha think.
 
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