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Old 01-07-2012, 06:21 PM
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I just realized something. The Silverado I lowered still sat lower on the drivers side because you change only the shackles and not the springs. With these 4th gen rams you're actually changing the springs. What is making my truck sit lower on the drivers side is the stock spring itself. Maybe the new ones won't be that way.
You lost me. The stock springs are different lengths (driver vs passenger sides). I don't know if the aftermarket springs address this at all...
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