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Old 12-15-2011, 12:05 PM
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Default How dangerous is the strut/coil spacer lifts?

Specifically the 3 inch front top of strut spacer and the 1.5 inch rear coil spacer.... Realistically how much stress does it put on the linkage? I see people with older trucks and cranked up torsion bars all the time and they never have any issues....
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It really helps to know some detail about your truck
If its 2wd it's not a problem
It'll cause vibrations on most 4x4 rams. With second gen/hd trucks there is a high chance of getting actual death wobble. On 06-11 4x4 1500s it puts the cv axles on severe angles that cause vibrations in 4 wheel drive.
The actual spacer arebt dangerous in my oppinion up to 3". Anything over 3" should use a new coil spring. I wouldn't be to crazy about aa spacer over 2.5"
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