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Old 07-17-2010
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95 mazda lowering question

Iv been looking at my truck the past week, and overall i love my ride height but i really want to even out the rear to match the front, iv seen tons of people loweing there trucks rear by flipping the leafs giving them like 4-6 inches of drop, but i just want to even it out, anybody have a suggestion on getting about 2-3 inches lower?
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2" drop in the rear can be done by flipping the rear hangers/shackles.
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Old 07-22-2010
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you can flip the rear on top of the leaf srpings by buying the 4" drop rear flip kit from stylintrucks.com its only 74.48$ shiped. that will give you what you want.. I have a 1996 mazda b2300 and im waiting on them myself. and my 1995 ranger has them aswell. and its a great buy....
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