Lowering the 2 door 4x4

Discussion in 'Street Suspension' started by 1999hoe, Dec 27, 2009.

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  1. 1999hoe

    1999hoe aka HOVERHOE

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    whats are some different choices for lowering i know with this application it is more limited than the 4 doors
     
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    blackcoffee O.G. Black.

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    Why are you lowering a 4x4? No offense given. Just wondering. I'd say leave it the same or jack it UP not down or convert to 2wd..
     
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    +1 to lowering the 4X4 :p i love slammed 2 doors and mad props if you keep the 4x4
     
  4. 1999hoe

    1999hoe aka HOVERHOE

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    well i love the sport truck look love the lowered look however live in massachusetts therefore would love to maintain my 4x4 aswell plus the handling improvement is a plus
     
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    http://www.tahoeyukonforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1977

    heres a start u can do this then get a static 6/7 drop
    like this dropped.jpg

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    and u wanna lower urs more? cant u just let the jacks down a little?? LOL JK
     
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    Anyone know where to find hangers for a 2dr 4x4 yukon/tahoe. Looking to drop the rear 2 inches
     

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