These coils provide roughly 20% more down travel than stock, which mandates longer sway bar end links. If the stock end links were used the sway bar would invert as the suspension droops.
If not purchasing our shocks with these coils, please verify below specs to make sure your shocks will work. Even aftermarket shocks by application to fit the OEM suspension, or even a mild lift, will usually not work as they are much too short.
Shocks for these rear coils must be 17.5" or less compressed, and 26.5"-28.5" length extended, mandatory. Reason being is even our 1" lowering Power Wagon rear coils are a full 2" longer than the OEM rear coils fully extended with no weight on them.
Our stock height PW coils are 3.25" longer than the stock coils with no weight.
If you tow over 8,000 lbs or load heavy traveling long distance often, have a slide in camper or the like, supplemental weight handling setup like airbags and Daystar cradles are suggested.
If you're rarely loading or towing moderate weight, for short distances, the rear end will sag a few inches but bags are not really needed.
These Swaybar links use the same high-end JKS link pivots as used in our other swaybar links/systems, 17-4 STAINLESS steel link bushing sleeves, and Grade 8 Black Phosphate hardware.
These coils are much softer than the OEM stiff coils, giving a ride quality like a 1/2 ton truck. They can also provide up to 13 inches of suspension travel.
Each 5160 alloy spring is fully CNC computer formed and tested, using the most high-tech manufacturing processes available in the country.
Height & Weight notes: Our coils being softer than OEM coils, weight added to the rear of the truck will exaggerate the lowering effect. So, if you have 500lbs added to the bed with your stock coils, that 1/2" of sag will be about 1" of sag with our coils. Final lift heights are not guaranteed.
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