I know you guys are probably thinking "why the hell would he want to lower an f350?"....well there is some reason to this. I found me a truck I really like. It's a 2001 Ford F350 with the 7.3L diesel. Its a crew cab with lariat package and short bed. And it only has 153000 miles on it. Its within the price range I'd like to stay within, I could get it for probably $14500 out the door (with tax and fees included). Anyway...the truck has a topper on the bed and the manufacturers plastic bed liner in it. Since it has the plastic bed liner in it I'd like to keep the topper on the truck until I can get line-x sprayed in the bed, which would probably be sometime next year. But while the truck has the topper on it, it is too tall to fit into my garage since the topper adds about an extra 4" or so, making the back end just over 7 feet tall. I have 6'11" of clearance into my garage, so I'd like to lower the back end of the truck down just a little bit so I could fit it in the garage with the topper on it. The front part of the cab (highest point) sits 6'8" tall. So is it possible for me to have the rear of the 350 lowered a couple inches and is it relatively easy? I don't want to spend tons of money just to have the rear end lowered. And will I loose any capacities by doing this?