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Old 07-12-2011, 01:27 PM
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Here's what I've concluded from swapping to the reg cab R/T springs on my quad cab: It dropped the driver side .5", didn't change passenger side. No other differences noticed other than the obvious side by side differences. So, I'll probably swap them back in a few weeks. If it would have dropped both sides evenly I probably would have kept them in, but I don't want the truck uneven. I wonder if anyone that has an R/T can measure both sides of theirs to see if it sits level from factory....both springs are the same length and part number, whereas my quad cab stock springs are different part numbers and lengths from driver side to passenger side...
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