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difference in springs

Discussion in 'Dodge 4x4' started by snaker187, Mar 7, 2010.

  1. snaker187

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    is there anyway to tell the difference between 2500/3500 front coils and 1500's?? would like to know because i believe i have have 2500/3500 coils in my 1500... im thinking about buying a spacer also soo if they are 2500/3500 coils would i buy a spacer for that coil??
     

  2. RamAford

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    You probably need to measure them. And for the spacer, they will all work with each coil, they are the same diameter.
     

  3. joker291977

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    the thickness is bigger with the 2500/3500 springs
     
  4. snaker187

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    any idea on the measurements?
     
  5. Blowinsmoke

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    call a auto parts store or dealer and ask they can tell you thickness also compreded and free hight usally the advance by me can tell me that hope that helps
     
  6. RamAford

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    Are you wanting to know if you have 2500 coils? Or are you wanting to use a spacer on 2500 coils? I have no clue what your asking. But the spacers work on all them 1500,2500,3500.

    I bet you have a small lift coil. A 2500 coil would give you 3+ inches of lift. Do you have longer control arms and trac bar, etc?
     

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