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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 05-29-2007, 10:52 AM Thread Starter
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Mopar Has Lowering Springs

I hadn't seen anyone mention these, and I know most of you guys are all about lifting, not lowering, but Mopar has lowering springs available for the Commander.

I found them at autotrucktoys.com

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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 05-30-2007, 12:46 AM
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Re: Mopar Has Lowering Springs

they have sway bars too. i wonder how much they would help.
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Re: Mopar Has Lowering Springs

cool, anybody out there have these on? if so can u post a pic?
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Re: Mopar Has Lowering Springs

I wonder if lowering the Commander just 3/4" in the front and 1.5" in the back will help with economy?
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Re: Mopar Has Lowering Springs

I can't see how it would. But it'll look better.
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Re: Mopar Has Lowering Springs

Take a look at this blog. It gives a decent picture of the mopar springs. Just click on picture at the top of the page then click slide show.


http://web.mac.com/undrae/iWeb/My%20...Blog/Blog.html
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Re: Mopar Has Lowering Springs

mine just arrived yesterday, i am going to install them over the weekend. i'm excited
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Re: Mopar Has Lowering Springs

I am sure you will like them. Not slammed, but just enough to know it's lowered.
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I know this thread is really old.. but what is the difficuly level on installing these, and if too difficult what is the cost of this to have done????
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I'd assume it'd be just as easy to do this as it would be to lift it. You could do it yourself with simple tools and basic skills.
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