My guess..............BBS wheels. I wish I could look at that suspension. Looks 3, maybe 2 inches lower than stock.67PLY said:SOMEONE HERE HAS TO KNOW WHAT HAS BEEN DONE TO THAT TRUCK!!!!
I CAN SEE THAT IT HAS DIFFERENT WHEELS AND TIRES, AND THAT EXHAUST NOTE IS WICKED!!!!!!!
I wonder if Dodge already did the easy drop with just springs. There might be more work involved to go lower than it is now.Mofo said:The rear looks simple, just lowering blocks, the front needs some springs, this would be for a mild lowering job (2" or 3") Mofo
Mofo said:Boomer, Look at your rear springs, you will notice they are on the (BOTTOM) of the rear axle, not on top.To use blocks, they are placed between the spring and the axle and require longer U-Bolts. Mofo[/QUOTE
youre right, i am an idiot. that is what i get for replying to the forum when i am on hold on the phone. maybe i will think a little more next time before i make an ASSumption! thanks MOFO!
i know Eibach & RCS can get you any custom spring you would want. i was going to have a custom set of Titainum springs to save about 15lbs over stock & lower it down an inch at the same time. i am a dealer for Ti springs, so it only be a matter of testing the stock spring to find out what the rate is.9 seconds said:I was talking about the front. I wasn't clear on that.
cool, i could really speed things up if someone has factory specs on the spring rates. any ideas?trev17 said:Boom,boom,boomer- will you please get me all info. needed to get custom springs from either co. what i would need to do,go,talk to etc. would like my beast a little closer to the ground... bad. im in san diego keep in mind. this is my first priority for some reason and need to be lower. will check corresponding sites right now. going from a frame railing play truck to the srt it feels like i could go off roading! (ha ha) THank u in advance TREV-
cool thanks, but if i machine some new shocks mounts would that keep it ok?toohighpsi said:BOOMER- Gotta be really careful about just cutting coils to lower your suspension travel... if you only do this you will be running out of jounce travel... you could potentially damage shocks and reduce your ride quality because you'll constantly be on the jounce bumpers.