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Old 06-12-2013, 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by SilverRam318 View Post
OK so I have a 6 inch zone lift on my RAM then installed billsteins at 1.4. Then moved them to 2.8. However took it to shop today to have a rear coil replaced and they said that the billsteins are doing more damage then good to my truck? they said that the zone preloaded spacer in the front has to be removed and left out the truck in order to properly install the bilsteins said causes to much stress on coil? Was the zone spacer supposed to be removed permatley to install billsteins? any help would be appreciated
yes they are right!!!
REMOVE THAT PRE-LOAD ASAP!

You CANNOT stack a pre-load and the Bilsteins. The only thing that stays is the strut spacer block.

But I am guessing the Bilsteins are already installed and they did remove the pre-load? If so, that is a good thing.
Plus, it would be VERY difficult to install the Bilsteins with that pre-load in and your CVs would be jacked at a ridiculous angle
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