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Old 04-01-2010, 07:59 AM
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Im not possitive on your year but i bought the Bell tech 2inch drop coils and shocks and im loving it. Specs. on it said reg. cab 1.75 drop quad cab 2 inch.Was there anything mentioned to that effect when you got yours? I got a full 2 inches thus being a quad cab.Mine is a 03
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They were supposedly for a regular cab short bed. They were advertised at a 2" drop.
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If they stated that then yes i would have a prob. with it.Im sorry to hear that. I have a 5 inch rear flip from Bell tech as well and all and all great product and went together great.
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I want my front right where yours is but with the rear a little higher than that. But, thats me

Also...I may be wrong...but, aren't you supposed to break in new springs and all? As in, drive the truck around, slam on the brakes, take off hard...stuff like that to get them to settle?
Just like if you leave a car on a jack for a long time then take it off of it, it sits high until you drive it a bit.

But...As far as the rear changing more...I don't know. I was considering just mounting them on the underside of the axle instead of above. Not sure how much that would lower it though.

But...if you decide to remove those front springs...let me know
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I want my front right where yours is but with the rear a little higher than that. But, thats me

Also...I may be wrong...but, aren't you supposed to break in new springs and all? As in, drive the truck around, slam on the brakes, take off hard...stuff like that to get them to settle?
Just like if you leave a car on a jack for a long time then take it off of it, it sits high until you drive it a bit.

But...As far as the rear changing more...I don't know. I was considering just mounting them on the underside of the axle instead of above. Not sure how much that would lower it though.
They may settle in like you say. I need to adjust the camber a little and drive the truck. If the rear settles any, I may have to get some longer shackles and raise it some.

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But...if you decide to remove those front springs...let me know
I may order the 3" springs and sell these to you if you're serious about buying these 2" springs.
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