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how much lower? #106512 Feb 19, 11:09am Feb 19, 11:09am
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how much lower?
I was wondering how much lower does the wings west kit sit than the stock body?

Re: how much lower? [Re: silvergt0079] #106513 Feb 19, 11:25am Feb 19, 11:25am
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I believe that it's about the same height as the stock body lines, but it might lower it 1/2" to an 1" at the most. It doesn't lower it that much. So if your worried about scaping chances are if you don't scrape now, you won't scrape with WW

Re: how much lower? [Re: silvergt0079] #106514 Feb 19, 11:34am Feb 19, 11:34am
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Thanks alot. I have some 18's and sportline springs. I just don't want to have to change my springs. Any Ideas of how low it'll sit to the ground? (just curious)

Re: how much lower? [Re: silvergt0079] #106515 Feb 19, 11:42am Feb 19, 11:42am
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It'll sit about the same height, you wont see a big difference. That's why I'm thinking of getting the WW down the road 'cuz my front is really low, it's 2.5" lower than stock. But I figured out how not to scrape the front anymore goodjob

Re: how much lower? [Re: silvergt0079] #106516 Feb 19, 11:50am Feb 19, 11:50am
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Thanks again. You kinda put me at ease with the whole situation. Bought a bunch of part while I was deployed and didn't think some of them through. I'm sure I can make it all work though.

Re: how much lower? [Re: silvergt0079] #106517 Feb 19, 11:55am Feb 19, 11:55am
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No problem

Re: how much lower? [Re: v3n0m] #106518 Feb 19, 8:54pm Feb 19, 8:54pm
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Yeah ww should be no trouble. It's just about identical in height to the TRD kit which is sold as a factory option.


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