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Hi, I’m pretty new to cars and my first project is lowering my 2002 hilux workmate.

the front end is already quite low (2inch gap) from wheel to fender and has me wondering is this stock or are my shocks shot and causing the front end to sag 

185 xxx kms on the clock 

To lower the back I’m installing 2.5 inch lowering blocks to match height with the front however also replacing all four shocks

my issue is will replacing the shocks ride my front end if my others are shot and then throw off the level ness I was trying to acheive my lowering the rear?

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Shocks have nothing to do with ride height, all they do is control the bounce, rather than typing for ages have a read of the Link below mate, it will answer a lot of do,s and don't,s :book:,      Im running 16" alloys, lower profile Load Rated tyres keeps everything legal wise and keeps Insurance company on the right side of the fence




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