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Old 04-20-2012, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by mattsRAM View Post
You made a good decision...I too have the same kit installed on my Sport. The ride is stock however, I still would like to go lower. McG has a 4/6 kit out now but I do not want to spend another $500 for another kit. Besides, I only want to go 2 inches more in the front and rear but I cannot find anyone who will sell individual coils. I may have to cut them but unsure on how too and if it's safe or not.
Hi Matt,

Yeah, a little lower would be nice, but like you, I really don't want to do the lowering job all over again.

I've lowered a few vehicles by replacing coil springs with custom-cut units, but I've never cut a coil spring.

My last lowering job was on my '67 Chevy C-10. Four inches in front and six inches in rear. I also had to cut the frame rails and install a custom notch kit so the rear axle assembly wouldn't strike the frame.

Joe M.
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