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Lowered the rear today. Put a Tennessee tilt on it. Less than a finger for a fender gap. Cost about $180 in materials.






How I did it:
This is a prime example of just cause you can doesn't mean you should.

Went to lowes

Bought approx 200 patio pavers and had them load with a forklift. Haha
They had them on sale for 88cents each






I do wish i could have it that low all around though
 

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I've had some megan springs for about a year now and I've been a slacker and still haven't put them on...well one of my buddies never seems to have the time to help me do it like he said he would. But I've got another friend from work that will prolly help me do it here soon.
 

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I've had some megan springs for about a year now and I've been a slacker and still haven't put them on...well one of my buddies never seems to have the time to help me do it like he said he would. But I've got another friend from work that will prolly help me do it here soon.
Here's the thing, I've noticed that the center part of my exhaust is pretty low, and it will scrape every now and agian over extreme bumps, etc. get-vidmate.com instagram saver


Do I just live with it or is there anything I can do? I'm going to drop 2in in the front and 1.75 in the rear. I'm gonna run on stock shocks for a while untill I can gets some KYBs or Tokio Blues. Anyone lowered with a 2.5 inch exhaust having problems with that part of the exhaust scarping? Now before anyone says that I't mounted incorrectly I don't think that's the case.
 

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I have a 4/5 drop on my second gen with 3" exhaust that's dumped under the truck. Nothing scrapes on mine.
 
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