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botlfed 09-22-2012 11:08 AM

belltech 963sp?
 
im new to the forum and i dont know alot about suspention. im readin ups and downs about the belltech 963sp kit. the pictures on jegs website show the kit but is it the actual kit or just a general image? what all is included in this kit and where does it go. i know the blocks are for the rear but in the pic i have it shows one set of springs and two sets of shocks. i looked at my truck (2012 ram express qc black) and in the front i see a shock inside a spring and the rear i just seen a spring. so why 2 sets of shocks and one set of springs? im also reading about the trac bar relocator and some are saying the new kits come with them but i cant seem to find a for sure anwer can someone please help me figure this out?

botlfed 09-22-2012 11:08 AM

suspension lol sorry

57hemisport 09-22-2012 05:19 PM

Your truck comes with 4 springs and 4 shocks. In the front the shocks are located inside the spring in the rear the shocks are just next to the spring. The picture on jegs is just a generic picture. The kit should come with 4 springs, 4 shocks, 4 bump stops, 2 short end links and some hardware. I'm guessing you will have the kit installed professionally?

UNBROKEN 09-22-2012 06:03 PM

New kits should also include the panhard bar relocation bracket.

RAM EM 09-23-2012 07:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by UNBROKEN (Post 894371)
New kits should also include the panhard bar relocation bracket.

Has this been verified yet?

2011redrt 09-23-2012 10:43 AM

Last update was that BT is not sure if they want to build one! I am going to fab my own and if it works like a plan I will give the print away for free to anyone who wants to build one.


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