Originally Posted by 1lowranger
All can be done. Bag it. Be prepared to spend atleast 5 grand if you aren't doing the work yourself. I would advise this if possible because there will be more upkeep than a stock or lowered suspension. Doing it yourself you will be able to work on it. If not do your homework finding the right shop. Not all shops that say they can do the work really can. Done wrong and the truck could end u at scrap yard. Our trucks are killer laid out on air.
Yeah, I don't have the space, tools, or knowledge to do it myself
Pardon my n00bness, but what extra upkeep would the suspension need?
Finally, how would it end up at the scrap yard? If the shop channels the frame rails wrong or something?
Again, short of reading on here and looking at pics of the lifted and lowered trucks, I know nothing about it.
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