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Is My Front End Too Low????

Discussion in 'Ram Trucks' started by V10SCOTTY, Mar 31, 2005.

  1. V10SCOTTY

    V10SCOTTY Member
    from Ontario
    Messages: 58

    I was just having a look at my truck today It it seemed like my front end sags.Is it my eyes playing tricks on me or is it normal to sit this way?I know my front shocks are shot but that shouldn't affect my ride height.But if you guys think I need front coils let me know.I know there's a ton of posts on coil springs so I can look at those posts to see what springs I need if you guys think I need coils.since my pic is up here tell me what you think of my gas guzzling pig with 215,000kms on.If somebody else with a V10 2500 like mine can post a pic that would help to.

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  2. justme-

    justme- 2000 Club Member
    Messages: 2,138

    Looks normal to me. All of a sudden I thought mine was sagging too about a year and a half ago- measured it and it was still stock (give or take a 1/4 inch). Most of the time you don't notice the inch and a half difference between front and rear- it takes something around the truck to give perspective and call your attention to it. Look at most 3/4 and 1 ton trucks- Most of them are a little higher in the rear, after all that is where the majority of the load goes mo the majority of the trucks.
  3. jax1013

    jax1013 Senior Member
    Messages: 114

    I replaced my 01 2500 stock 38/39 with the 3500 diesel ones. The weight of the blizzard was too much. I am very happy with the results. It appears you have some sag...assuming the truck is parked on level ground. Think about replacing with the stock or if you want my original coils they have only 31,000 miles on them. Give me a line at jax1013@verizon.net. Good luck