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    Default Leveling a new 2500 crew cab duramax

    I have a new body style crew cab 2500 4x4 and would like to level it. Its jacked up so much in the rear it looks bad to me. I dont want to raise the front if I can help it. The back of the truck just sits WAY too high for the 17" tires. Thanks in advance, Tim Crowe

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    yea that is one of the unfortunate things about chevy trucks. Most people do a leveling kit to level it out and then get some larger tires to fill the wheel wells a little better. however, you can get lowering kits for the rear i believe, I just dont know where
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    if you decide after you want to lift the front instead of droping the back you will have to change the front shocks just a lil advice we just got it done to my fathers 2008 desiel


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    Thanks men. I am going to look into it this week.

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