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Okay. I bought a new house...again. This time I have land, and farther out of town. The road I take to the house is pretty beat up. Mostly the road crown. It's so high, it drags my frame for over 3 miles.

My exhuast, frame, lower valance, and LCA's are grinding on the road crowns and driving me nuts. And I'll have to drive the same road several times a day.

My plan on was to go lower in the rear. But wont make things better. I really dont want to raise it a few inches. But if I have to, then I will.

And I thought about lifting it back up. I am not in a position for another vehicle. So that is out of the quesiton.

Am I just being to anal. And should I just deal with it? Or lift it a little for comfortable driving? Or put the lift back on the truck?
 

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Dragging through three miles just to get to your house is not anal, fuck that. I would definitely do something about the truck: bag it, lift it, put it back to stock height. Since you're on a budget, do what is best for the money.
 

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My advice would be to stop making retarded threads everytime a new thought pops into your head.
Well then more than half of this forum should stop also.

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Buy a beater and drive that? Put it back to stock? Leave it as it and walk? Ride a bike? Call a taxi? Get a dragon that can fly you to work?
 

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I dont know, but I wouldnt want to live somwhere with only a dirt road access. It must suck trying to keep your ride clean.
It's already paved. Should of said that better. No way in hell I would buy a house on a gravel road.

The road crown is just raised up due to big trucks, lack of maintenance.
 

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