I want to start this of by saying this is strictly for discussion of the below topics. In no way am I trying to challenge what we, as a community already know about these "stretched levels" that are on the market. I simply want to discuss one component in general - CV Axles. When people install one of these kits on their truck, they always get blasted with "Those angles are aweful!" We all know that statement applies to everything on the front. We know ball joints and tie rods wear out at an accelerated rate when a truck is lifted that high, But why do we automatically throw the CV's in with that?This question popped into my head when I was thinking about the previous setups I've had on my truck - mainly when it was at about 5" drop up front. When my truck was at that height, I had absolutely no issues with my CV's. With that said - why don't we throw such a fit at the lowered 4x4's as we do with the lifted 4x4's. Is there really any difference between the two when it comes to the CV's?