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Old 01-10-2010, 01:30 PM
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Default An idea on leveling...let me know what you think

i have an 07 3.7 ram. Alot of mods. everyone that iknow of so far. i got the 20s on it and i wanna raise the front. i recently drove a 1500 4x4 bighorn. i noticed the truck is alot higher. at least from the driver point of veiw. If that truck, and my truck both have 20 inch rims, then the only diffrence i could thing would be fron coil springs. (suspension is diffrentn in back too but not worried about that) So i found for cheap, a set of 07 1500 4x4 fron coils. Do you guys think that the springs are a littler bit taller, and will raise the front end. Or is there something im missing? let me know your input :]

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I'd check to make sure the diameter of the springs you found are the same diameter as your stock springs. They should be but I'd check to make certain. Other than that, this should work.

Take a few moments to introduce yourself in the Newbie Check In! section and also visit your User CP and update the information on your truck. This will help us help you when you have questions, Keith.
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