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So its no secret that there are supply problems due to slowed production with lack of raw materials available. With that I've had to resort to piece meal my parts when I can find them to which I believe I have but wanted a second opinion from y'all to help ensure I've got the correct parts. If y'all don't mind reconfirming the part numbers I gathered are correct I'd greatly appreciate it.

Springs: front 2990 and rear 2993

Struts and shocks: Front N188S and rear N190
 

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So its no secret that there are supply problems due to slowed production with lack of raw materials available. With that I've had to resort to piece meal my parts when I can find them to which I believe I have but wanted a second opinion from y'all to help ensure I've got the correct parts. If y'all don't mind reconfirming the part numbers I gathered are correct I'd greatly appreciate it.

Springs: front 2990 and rear 2993

Struts and shocks: Front N188S and rear N190

Depend on what you are after. The 2991 are the heavy duty front springs that match the 2993 rear. Shocks and struts that match are
  • Nitrocharger Strut (2 x N219S)
  • Rear Nitrocharger Shock (2 x N220)
You have the medium front springs and struts along with the heavy rears.
 

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Depend on what you are after. The 2991 are the heavy duty front springs that match the 2993 rear. Shocks and struts that match are
  • Nitrocharger Strut (2 x N219S)
  • Rear Nitrocharger Shock (2 x N220)
You have the medium front springs and struts along with the heavy rears.
That was planed out due to I've made the decision of not doing a steel front bumper. Will either do winch hidden behind factory front bumper or dom tube bumper w/ winch. I'll save 120+ lbs give or take.
 

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For myself, I would go with the stiffest springs no matter what. I have a Warn 9000 mounted to a custom made stainless steel tray and tubes mounted to the factory tow hook holes. I would say it is about 200 lbs all in but enough to drop the front end a bit.
 
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