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It appears at a normal stance that the front of S-10's and Sonoma sit higher than the front. I wanted to lower my truck and have it sit level would I need to lower the front an extra inch more than the rear? Example: 3-front and 2-rear

 

Thanks, gmc1996

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It appears at a normal stance that the front of S-10's and Sonoma sit higher than the front.  I wanted to lower my truck and have it sit level would I need to lower the front an extra inch more than the rear?  Example: 3-front and 2-rear

 

Thanks, gmc1996

 

 

 

 

Well, I messed that one all up. I meant to say that it appears that the front sits higher than the rear. Sorry.

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It appears at a normal stance that the front of S-10's and Sonoma sit higher than the front.  I wanted to lower my truck and have it sit level would I need to lower the front an extra inch more than the rear?  Example: 3-front and 2-rear

 

Thanks, gmc1996

 

 

 

 

Well, I messed that one all up. I meant to say that it appears that the front sits higher than the rear. Sorry.

 

 

 

 

something is not right if your sonoma or s10 is higher in the front than the back, cause all the lowering kits in the sport truck market recommend a 2 front, 3 back or 3 front, 4 back to lower and level you truck. get it checked. has someone already used re-arched springs or lowering blocks before you?? something is fishy........ :D:cheers::P

 

p.s you didn't mention if it is 4x4, if so, they do look like that, but are not, just an illusion.

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s10s/nomas are usually 1" higher int he REAR than the front.

 

perhaps your truck was used as an actual work truck before, and the springs are now old and saggy.

 

that is my only suggestion...

 

other than slamming that bitch to the ground at a 5/5 drop like mine ;)

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