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    I've got an 03 reg cab r/t with a 275/50 17 tire that I'm wanting to lower 2/3, I'm leaning towards wc a arms in front but not sure what to do on the rear, I want to try to stay away from blocks so I was thinking wc front and rear hanger kit but have heard some people say they don't fit the best. Opinions?
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    Hanger kit ftw

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    Way more mods to come

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    Quote Originally Posted by 97dakota318 View Post
    Hanger kit ftw
    Did you do front and rear hangers? How was the front hanger with the gas tank?
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    Front hanger is not that hard. Loosen the gas tank and you can move it over enough to get a tool in there. I used a torch to cut the rivets off then put the bolts through with the nuts on the inside of the rail.

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    I've heard the wc hangers kits drop 1-2" more then advertised. That true?
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