2” Rear Lowering Springs “Reverse” Level

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  1. Dearmosd

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    Did you use the shock shackle relocation or any adjustment made to the sensor rods?

    * correction you already mentioned shock extensions
     
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    Did your ride quality change at all with this?
     
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    One note is to loosen the two bolts that hold the brake hoses and ABS sensor wires to the rear axle--otherwise might be in for a world of hurt...
     
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    Maybe post up your rear fender height numbers and compare with others.
     
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    Mcgaughys 2" lower kit in the rear only. Rides way better than stock.

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