Originally Posted by HydrillaHoundawg
Are there any downfalls from this. This doesn't seem like it is a very popular method to soften the ride up. Well atleast not that I have seen, but I am by no means an expert
its not very popular because not many people know to do it. as far as i know, marty was the originator of this modification. virtually what it does, is taking all the load off the bottom springs, but flipping them upside down to save you the half inch or so of lift. the modification effectively drops the spring rate to somewhere around a 1/2 ton spring. if you tow heavy a lot, the rear will definitely sag more. youll need to invest in some helper airbags for towing, but theyre really cheap...
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