So as some have said before, I just might have the lowest AWD SS around, simply because I cannot seem to find any logical reason to get rid of AWD.
Anyways, after lowering my truck "4/5" potentially lower than that, simply because I used lowering keys in the front. I recently replaced both axles in front, and about a month later they blew again, except both this time.
Started doing some research and jumped from idea to idea, as I was close to buying some 2500$ axles, to using some lousy axle spacers, even trying to lengthen my axles, to finally doing some research and finding out that NNBS front CV axles, are about 1.5 inches longer, and are a direct fit on our trucks.
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So im not sure if anyone had ever mentioned this before, but I figured it would be nice to share with those who have always had to settle with a 3 inch drop in the front.
I will be swapping in axles this weekend, and seeing if I finally found a solution to my problems.
From what I read, these axles are direct fit, and even have better angles than NBS CV axles.
Anyone whos tried this feel free to chime in. Cant wait to install mine.
Edited by kaze_v8, 23 June 2015 - 06:08 PM.