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Old 03-13-2011, 01:15 PM
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Default Looking for a thread/member.

So i was on here and othe ram forums yesterday. I was looking for info lowering with leaf spring clamps. There was a member that lowered is 2003-04 red RC by moving the main leaf lower in the spring pack and using lowering shackles. He had pics or the truck and claim to get a 4'' drop from that method. The member had since crashed that truck and now has a black ram w lift. I tried to find the thread today but cant. I posted this on the other forum too in hopes i can find the info. HELP!
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