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5/8 Too low for daily driver?

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If you want to be slammed, do it and if for some reason its too low just add spacers like stated to bring up the front and depending on whitch shackles you have set them at 1".

 

245/40/20's

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Im getting my sss lowered im so undecided on what to get the shop im goin to told me 4 6 drop with air bags in the back ???? Sum 1 help me plz

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On 9/20/2013 at 9:36 PM, NORCAL SS said:

i do these trucks a lot. Here is a 5/8 with 265 35 22 front and 285 35 22 rear that I set up

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On 9/20/2013 at 2:16 PM, white03ecsb said:

I daily a 6/9.5 ecsb...personally I loved my truck at 5/8 just got the itch for a little more low, just do all of the necessary trimming and you will be golden

Picture of mine on 245/50/20 (which is a little too big for 6/9.5 btw) lol

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What exactly were you running up front to do the 6inches 

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On 9/20/2013 at 9:36 PM, NORCAL SS said:

i do these trucks a lot. Here is a 5/8 with 265 35 22 front and 285 35 22 rear that I set up

2011-01-01143039.jpg

I own a 04 extended cab Silverado and I have 2 inch shackles do you think a 6 inch flip kit would look good ?

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