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now I've read that the front of an Isuzu can be lowered
using the torsion bars...Is this the case?
If it is...can the rear be lowered using "lowering blocks"?
...at the leaf spring attachment location to the axle.
I would like to drop an inch?
With stock size tires(225 75 15) I belive that an inch would close the wheel well nicely...
The concern I have is that the stock shocks will bottom out due to the change(reduction) in the "throw"!
Any thoughts or recommendations?
 

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There was a guy in my neighborhood who turned a Rodeo into a low rider simply by using really short shackles in the rear along with taking a couple of leaves out of the springs and twisting the T-bars. He had to get shorter shocks all around. He used shocks from a Honda Civic in front but I don't know what he used in the rear. The truck really hugged the ground especially on 15" rims with those rubber band tires.
 

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there was a member on here with a lowered rodeo....he may be able to help although he sold his rodeo i think.

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