I wanted to put together a comprehensive list of lowering your NNBS truck. REAR OPTIONS 1'' - Remove your OEM lift block. You have enough threads on your stock U-bolts do to this 2'' - Use a lowering shackle. I prefer Mcgaughy's or Belltech because they use an OEM style bushing that won't squeak like DJM. DJM uses poly bushings that are infreior 3'' - Combine 1'' and 2'' options 4'' - Combine a flip kit (again I prefer Mcgaughy's or Belltech over DJM, much better design) with a lift hanger. Mcgaughy's makes quality ones. Set the lift hanger to 3''. This combines a 7'' flip kit (drop) with a 3'' hanger (lift) and it nets 4'' of drop. 5'' - Same as the 4'' option, but move the hanger up to 2''. This nets 5'' of drop 6'' - Same as 5'', but add a short (lift) shackle. 7'' - Use stock shackle, hanger with a flip kit 8'' Same as 7'', but add a drop shackle set at 1'' 9'' - Same as 7'', but add a drop shackle set at 2'' **Anything over 7'' will require a notch** FRONT OPTIONS For the front, personally, I like a combination of drop spindles and Belltech drop struts or Mcgaughy's coil relocators. For spindles, I like either Mcgaughy's or Ground Force. Belltech drop spindles are taller than stock which can create camber problems 1'' - Use belltech struts or Mcgaughy's relocators set at 1'' 2'' - I prefer spindles for this 3'' - Combine the spindles with struts or relocators set at 1'' 4'' - Combine the spindles with struts or relocators set at 2'' 5'' - Use a 2'' drop spring on BT struts set at 1'' along with a 2'' spindle 6'' - Use DJM 4'' arms with a 2'' spindle If you're having problems aligning (camber specifically), I recommend SPC alignment busings and/or cams. You may have camber problems starting at 4'' and definitely want to order these if you plan on the 5'' option Bushings Cams The cams are a little easier to install because you don't have to press them in. SHOCKS I like belltech street performance shocks. Anything from 4'' and lower in the rear is going to need new shocks. If you have any questions, PM me.