- Sep 28, 2013
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- Houston TX
Truck looks great. Makes me miss my '94 GMC ext cab I had with the same paint color, and I ran the gray Boss 338's on it, too.I am lowered about 5/8 on my truck. I needed the C notch and I sectioned the bed support that goes over the rear end. I have shorter shocks in the rear and shock extenders to make it work. The front tires will hit the inner wheel wells on big dips (28" tall tires). You may have to roll your front fender lip as well depending on your wheels and tires. I have the stock Y pipe but a different cat back exhaust. No real changes beyond that, I haven't had any ground clearance issues, it still has about the same ground clearance as a sports sedan so just take it easy on speed bumps. Also, after cracking 4 lower front air dams I have given up on them, I might try again and spring mount it or something.You must be registered for see images attach
Not surprised you're killing air dams at that height, but I AM surprised you're still running the stock Y-pipe. Tire hiting inner fender must be the first contact point before Y-pipe hitting ground, in your setup. It always made me nervous the Y-pipe hangs down below the front crossmember, so I raised them before it could get a chance to become a problem. My old '92 had some severe scrape marks on the crossmember that brought the possibility to my attention.