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    Lowering Springs

    I have a 2015 R/T. Looking to lower it. Any good brands of springs out there? I don’t want the jumpy feeing like a Honda Civic lol.


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    I have Road Magnet springs on mines and love it no issues

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    Road Magnets here also, but I don't think they are available any time soon or maybe ever. I see BlackOps is trying a new company Swift Springs, but again not available at the moment.

    Just checked their site, they are taking orders now for March delivery.

    https://www.blackopsautoworks.com/pr...nt=39077815753
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveMLS View Post
    Road Magnets here also, but I don't think they are available any time soon or maybe ever. I see BlackOps is trying a new company Swift Springs, but again not available at the moment.

    Just checked their site, they are taking orders now for March delivery.

    https://www.blackopsautoworks.com/pr...nt=39077815753
    I checked BlackOps. They wasn’t taking orders at the moment


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    from what I’ve seen in YouTube videos you’ll need this whole set up to have a smooth ride. Is this true?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverio2014 View Post
    from what I’ve seen in YouTube videos you’ll need this whole set up to have a smooth ride. Is this true?


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    If you have load leveling suspension the Eibach kit isn't recommended. Right off their web page.

    Excludes Self-Leveling/Nivomat shock applications | Tested with factory dampers.
    https://eibach.com/us/c-56-car-truck-suv.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by craigffb View Post
    If you have load leveling suspension the Eibach kit isn't recommended. Right off their web page.



    https://eibach.com/us/c-56-car-truck-suv.html
    I wouldn’t even know if I have load leveling suspensions. I’m new to the DD R/T


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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverio2014 View Post
    I wouldn’t even know if I have load leveling suspensions. I’m new to the DD R/T


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    If you have the factory tow package you have the load leveling suspension.


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    all 15 R/T's have load leveling suspension, so you do.

    You can swap it out though, I have a 15 as well, swapped out to standard rear suspension and Road Magnets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by craigffb View Post
    If you have load leveling suspension the Eibach kit isn't recommended. Right off their web page.



    https://eibach.com/us/c-56-car-truck-suv.html
    Craigffb that site has inaccurate data. All 2011+ R/T have load leveling shocks. Period. People have used both with and without the levelers. The rear will sit higher with the lid levelers retained.

    For eibachs.
    If you want to haul large loads keep the levelers. If you don’t, get rid of them.

    Now there is also the Mopar lowering springs. Release date is like next week. They say for the Durango SRT but will most likely work fine. Waiting for more info on them.
    I'm actually Dyslexic, so please excuse my spelling and grammar, and don't be a Rudolf Hess.

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