Looking for suggestions on what rear spring to put in the truck..Just want a more level look..
What brand springs do you have installed? I understand that Eibach claims that the ride is improved..... Hard to believe, but I want to know how much it changes with the spring swap and how it feels. I already know it looks great.Flassh said:If you can get rears separately, both Eibach and Ground Force rear springs will lower the truck 1.6"
Their front springs will lower the front 1" - very easy install, and really looks good.
So the front is still 1" loer than the rear? If so this is what I am wanting...Russr04 said:Boosted I installed the ground force on the rear only. By doing this I got the ssr at a more level look. I still have a inch differance but it is not as noiticable. They also ride very nice.
slug said:physcoslaphead! Where did you get the gas filler door? Brand name and a part number or who did you puchase from. Thanks
Slug,slug said:physcoslaphead! Where did you get the gas filler door? Brand name and a part number or who did you puchase from. Thanks
Thanks, it's air. No I can't drive it at that height the K member is on the ground. I can get it lower but I have to dig a hole under my car first. Yes the frame is c notched. I drive it 2" higher than it is, I think it rides very nice. I am pretty particular about that. The exhaust comes out only on the right side.psychoslaphead said:Ken,
Now that's what I call lowered! Hydraulics or air? Can you drive it like that or is it setting down when static. Did you have to C notch to get it that low? How is the ride? Also like the side pipes, do you have dual outlets on the other side too? That's the best looking SSR I've seen, congrats...