by Marshall Spiegel
Reprinted with permission from Dealer's Sport Trucks

To find out more information about lowering your truck please contact:
Dealer's Sport Truck
Dept. ST, 3938 Cerritos Blvd., Los Alamitos, California, 90720
Step 8: The upper and lower ball joints are reconnected to the new spindle.
Step 9: The new shock absorbers are installed, completing the front end.
Step 10: At the rear, Ibold lays out the paper template for C notching the frame rail.
Step 11: Here he scribes the cutline on the frame rail.
Step 12: A plasma cutter is used to cut out the C notch on the frame rail.
Step 13: Here's a close look at the frame rail, showing the cut that will now lower the frame and allow the rear axle to be "flipped."
Step 14: The C notch is lined up for drilling the mounting holes. It will reinforce the cutout section of the frame rail.

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