Whether you are static-dropping or 'bagging a truck, we minitruckers will do anything to get a couple of inches closer to the ground. The proper way of accomplishing that task is to install a set of lowering control arms or drop spindles. But sometimes these parts can get costly. At times like this, when gas prices are at an all-time high, we'll do what we can to save a buck or two. If you have some decent fabrication skills, you can get a similar result for less coin by chopping your factory A-arms. This '01 Ranger had cut coil springs on it, which made the ride horrible, and it was also wearing the tires quick because it had more negative camber than a door layin' Nissan. Follow along as we show you a money-saving trick that will help out while you save up for all the parts to lay your truck out properly.

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