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    Question 1'/2" drop

    I want to drop my X only 1" in the front and 2" in the back so that I can still drive it in the snow in the winter time. If I drop it 1", will the front bumper actually go down ONE inch or will it be different? I guess what I'm saying is that I want to know if my front bumper will only drop 1" This will help me figure out whether or not I will scrape snow in the winter or not.

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    yes the bumper will only drop 1"

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    Man up and put a 2/3 drop on it. I drove mine through winter like that and had no problems.


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    Indiana winters produce a LOT of snow....and I don't want to have to replace my front valance because I beat the shit out of it in the snow.

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    If you are that worried about it..don't drive it in the snow...get a winter beater...problem solved.
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    Originally posted by kozyshack
    Indiana winters produce a LOT of snow....and I don't want to have to replace my front valance because I beat the shit out of it in the snow.




    Then buy a fucking 4x4 and quit bitching. If you get so much snow, the factory air dam is going to eat it anyways, so you have 2 options. Drop it and be happy that you have a lower than stock truck, or shut up and drive a stock truck.

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