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Will the Airlift 1000 bags still fit with a 2" rear coil spring drop?
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Most guys who have lowered their truck go with the Airlift bags for a Dodge Durango. They are slightly shorter and should work better.
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Already had Airlift 1000's before switching to Mcgaughy's springs. They fit in the new springs no problem.
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I have a 2/4 drop and they fit with no issues.
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If you only have a 2'' drop I'd run the Ram bags instead of the Durango ones. The guys running Durango bags have 4'' drops. Some guys with 4'' drops even run the full size Ram bags.
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