Originally Posted by JAYBEE3
Mines have been Deliverd just need to get out of work and snap some pics...Jacob Im defentally gonna be riding these on the lowest setting bro ill let you know ....Shoooot any thing is gonna ride better then my blown shocks lol
Remember these can go lower than we are capable of going. The rears can go as low as possible without any issues. Make sure you take out the bump stop and the cup in the rear as you do not need them any more.
The fronts I would try to level the truck with the rear and then go lower each week as the settle until you are happy. Whatever you do do not slam the front the tires can be in the fenders and their is no way we can drive like that LOL.
Measure from center of hub in the rear to fender then center of hub in the front to fender once lowered measure again and you should be level on all four corners.
Make sure you do not loosen or tighten the spring itself on the front as you will change the spring rate. Tighten both rings to the spring and lock them so the spring will not go up and change the rate. once the two rings are locked you can then proceed to lower the front. PLEASE call me if you have any questions I know these things like the back of my hand LOL.
Be prepared to drive like a Vett. and have control like a Nascar LOL.