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WEll I looked and my numbers were 802AB drivers and 801AB passengers side.
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Those are numbers from a crew cab.

This is based on a little list we put together from members. I don't know why my quad would have different springs than yours though. And why your quad would have the same springs as someone else's crew...?
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Those are numbers from a crew cab.

This is based on a little list we put together from members. I don't know why my quad would have different springs than yours though. And why your quad would have the same springs as someone else's crew...?
So if mine were a crew cab would they still be on the correct side? Also is this something I should show to the dealership?
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They are correct for a crew cab. And in the correct locations. You are in fact a quad cab right? Not a crew cab?

Let me say that the numbers I'm posting are just what we gathered on this forum from a very small sample of trucks, but from what we found those numbers(802AB and 801AB) were on the crew cabs, and all the quad cabs had what I posted above (801AB and 800AB).
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Yes it is definitely a quad and not a crew. It's only .5 in. lower so it may be within factory specs. Thanks for your help snrusak.
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No problem. You oughta see if someone else on the forum with a sport quad (same wheels and tires as you) would measure top of fender to ground to see if it's the same as yours. Who knows, maybe they match up the springs depending on vehicle weight (depending on how many options it has when built...etc...?) Probably unlikely, but who knows...
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My 2012 Crew Cab has 803AB and 804AB.
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My 2012 Crew Cab has 803AB and 804AB.
Are those numbers because yours is a 4x4?
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man I don't know, this isn't matching up at all with the numbers we found when we put our list together...
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This number RRT# 10-036 was posted in the recall/tsb section. Basically what it says is that if your truck is not level, the springs could be incorrect and the dealership may replace them.
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