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lowering issues on a 99' 2dr

Old September 4th, 2007, 7:31 PM
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Default lowering issues on a 99' 2dr

Does anyone have any ideas?
I lowered my tahoe with Torsion keys (DJM) lowering shocks, shackles and hangers (Beltech) for a total of 3" the front and 3.5" the back. I now have a real nice stance but the ride is pretty bouncey in the front. When you turn the wheels all the way to one direction you can see that I'm sitting right on top of the bump stops on myA-arms.
When I rachet the keys back up it raises the front and the ride quality improves, my question is there a way tokeep the cool stanceand regainsome of the stock ride quality?should I throwthe old stock shocks back on?

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