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Bought my new 05 today and saw one one time that looked as though it was lowered just an inch or two, enough to get the back end level with the front. The dealer knew nothing about any kits to do this. Any suggestions, and would it void the warranty?? Thanks......

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I used Eibach springs - 1 hour to install front and rear, and recommend re-aligning the front end. Drop is 1" front, 1.6" rear. Eibach springs have more windings than the stock springs - ride is great, handling excellent.

My Chevy dealer hasn't even mentioned warranty issues - can't see any problems, except they could possibly blame the front springs being lower if you had excessive front end wear.


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