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Old 12-30-2011, 07:57 PM
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There is no way to drop your dodge dakota 5-10 inches and still have it mobile the stance on my truck was alot higher than what yours in the picture was... i dropped my rear 6 inches and my front 4 inches with the help of a flip kit for the rear and newer coil springs and shocks for all 4 corners and im about 2 inches off the ground now with a very stiff suspension set up my truck has the more sleek look now. just saying too you. a Mild drop kit for your dodge should do just fine for you and the kit to do it is about 300 bucks ********* snip
Kayotickkustoms... please read dates on threads. You posted to a 6.5 yr old thread


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wondering if their is a free way to lower my 93 dodge Dakota 5 to 10 inch's. thanks
take the wheels and tires off
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