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Im in the process of trading my current cummins on a ridiculously clean first gen.. the problem is it has a 6" lift that i simply dont want on the truck due to hauling alot of gooseneck trailers. is there any way that i can ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Im in the process of trading my current cummins on a ridiculously clean first gen.. the problem is it has a 6" lift that i simply dont want on the truck due to hauling alot of gooseneck trailers. is there any way that i can make it a little closer to stock height without spending money?

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