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I am currently in the process of rebuilding my 2003 ss silverado.  It started with the brake lines and turned into way more.  It's already lowered but I was wondering how low can I really make it without damaging the awd components.   Don't have the money to experiment with different parts.  It's currently lowered 3/4.  Have tons on pictures I will add later. 

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