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Uninstalling Rough Country 6" lift.

I have an 07 AT that has a Rough Country 6" lift. I want to replace it with OME. Does anyone have any advice for doing this? I know I have to track down factory steering knuckles. Does anybody know of any other factory parts I need to get? Thanks!

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Re: Uninstalling Rough Country 6" lift.

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I have an 07 AT that has a Rough Country 6" lift. I want to replace it with OME. Does anyone have any advice for doing this? I know I have to track down factory steering knuckles. Does anybody know of any other factory parts I need to get? Thanks!
Check the parts here: http://s3.amazonaws.com/roughcountry/install/770S.pdf

But why are you discarding it? You can get it lower easily if the height is not wanted. There is many positive things compared to "traditional" 3" lift.

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Re: Uninstalling Rough Country 6" lift.

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Check the parts here: http://s3.amazonaws.com/roughcountry/install/770S.pdf

But why are you discarding it? You can get it lower easily if the height is not wanted. There is many positive things compared to "traditional" 3" lift.
Thanks, I'll look at that. I want to go lower because I don't feel I need the 6" lift, and it looks a bit silly now that I got rid of the 35s.

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