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I was looking into getting some Deaver springs for the front of my 06 4x4 Kodiak crew cab. They said it would raise the front another inch and a half. The front of these trucks already looks really high, has anyone done anything to lower them? I know there is not a lot of room but is there anything that can be done? or not really?
 

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I was looking into getting some Deaver springs for the front of my Kodiak and they said it would raise the front another inch and a half. The front of these trucks already looks really high, has anyone done anything to lower them? I know there is not a lot of room but is there anything that can be done? or not really?
Please tell us more about your Kodiak ( Year, Make, Model ) and list all mods
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Please tell us more about your Kodiak ( Year, Make, Model ) and list all mods
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Sorry about that LOL I guess I didn't put any info in there... It's an 06 crew cab 4x4 with the Duramax and Allison. (I will edit the original post)

I have not really done any mods to it yet but I'm considering the Deaver springs, getting the transmission reflashed to a 6 speed, a ppe tuner, possibly an exhaust system, and if I feel really ambitious maybe build air ride for the cab.

I'm also open to suggestions people have as ways to improve these trucks. It will be a work truck 80 plus percent of the time, and haul our camper when we go on trips the rest of the time:)
 

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I have a 4x4 also , I thought about lowering it also , I think the easiest way would be to remove the lower spring spacers on the front , and cut 1 inch out the rear & welded back together , but I am going to wait till I get new tires 265/70R19.5 vs the 245/70R19.5. those small tires look absolutely goofy . Let me know if you find a better solution.
 
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