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    Default Decisions, Decisions!

    I'm kind of stuck between a rock and a hard place. I've been wanting to lift my truck for a while now, but the more I look around the more I see trucks like mine lifted. So I've been thinking of lowering it??.. Just wanting to get you guys opinion.. Should I lower my 04 2500HD or should I lift it?..
    1985 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer 3 inch body lift, 32x 10.50= SOLD =( I miss that damn truck
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    lift it.... 2500 HD are meant to be big
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    +1 the higher the better!
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    Jr. Engineer black jack's Avatar
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    i also say lift, not a fan of lowering. esp. when you you need to go off road, speed bumps , pot holes and big puddles of water.

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    If your gonna do anything to it financially lifting it would make more sense. Most lift kits are made for 1500 and regular 2500 series trucks. HD 2500 series trucks usually run a little more to lower.

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    I love my lifted 2500HD! Sitting stock, the Chevys look to similar in ride height to a 2-wheel drive so I would say lift it!

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    Tuff Country 6" lift, 35" Toyo M/T's on 20" Ultra Peacemaker wheels, Quadzilla Stealth2 programmer, Diamond Eye 5" cat-back exhaust, factory Special order color Yellow.

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    I say do what you want and don't worry too much about what everyone else has. Just make yours stand out from everyone else's.

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    its a 2500, LIFT IT!

    2006 gmc sierra, 4.8l, gibson headers, flowmasters exhaust, hypertech power programmer,4.10 gears, 3 inch rough country suspension lift w/ 285/70/17 cooper disoverer stt's, tinted windows, westin grill gaurd, herculiner bedliner, black fender flares, HID headlights,black painted front bumper

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    Thanks for the opinions guys! As soon as I can get some cash saved up I will be buying a lift.

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    Jr. Apprentice bkovacs's Avatar
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    I would say lift it, the only trucks I would ever lower would be a half ton 2wd or a mini truck or something.. what kind of lift do you want though? a body lift is cheap and easy, suspension lifting these trucks is a hassle in the front end
    '99 K2500 Suburban Vortec 7400
    '00 k2500 Silverado Vortec 6000 ex. cab

    '84 K5 Blazer 4x4 lifted (defunct)
    '86 Dodge w250 4x4 lifted (also defunct)

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