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Yes people have. but it's only 1.5" and 2" in the rear. IMO that's not a lot of drop forctge rear
 

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How many inches does everyone else drop theirs then? I mean this kit comes with ALOT, it seems like a steal if you ask me. I don't see how you could go wrong... but then again I :dunno:
 

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The only thing I would be worried about is an front end alinment... nice cheaper option though...
 

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Summit sells good stuff and it all depends on if you think it is worth the money for that much drop. Also have to consider if the ride will equal the DJM/Belltech stuff.
 

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Spindles in front and springs in back. It'd be cheaper and probably ride better to get the belltech kit from the Tbss store and you'd have new shocks at the same time.

McGaugheys or whatever is a well known company though its not summit branded parts like it seems people are implying here lol.
 

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That is a pair of springs for the front. That's it.

The photo is misleading.

For the back you still be adjusting the bags, per the instructions that come with the"kit", and you'll hate the ride.

Get the belltechs and be happy :)
 

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That is a pair of springs for the front. That's it.

The photo is misleading.

For the back you still be adjusting the bags, per the instructions that come with the"kit", and you'll hate the ride.
^That. Our trucks dont have U bolts :rofl:

Put a heavier spring in the truck on a stock strut.....and then let us know how you like the lumber wagon'esque ride.
 

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there is a reason i dont sell mcgaughys springs because ride quality is not as good as belltechs at all. You can read the feedback on our site.

the tbss springs in front by far are the best riding esp when you lower using the front drop struts.

in rear the belltech shock/spring combo rides great which many here comment on.
 

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there is a reason i dont sell mcgaughys springs because ride quality is not as good as belltechs at all. You can read the feedback on our site.

the tbss springs in front by far are the best riding esp when you lower using the front drop struts.

in rear the belltech shock/spring combo rides great which many here comment on.
Agree 1200%!

Beltech did it right with this setup!
 

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there is a reason i dont sell mcgaughys springs because ride quality is not as good as belltechs at all. You can read the feedback on our site.

the tbss springs in front by far are the best riding esp when you lower using the front drop struts.

in rear the belltech shock/spring combo rides great which many here comment on.


well so far so good with mine no real bad issues to report as of yet been riding them for months now plus I got them used for a good price so that's why I picked them, but I still want my Kbees and DJM A-arms
 

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This kit is for springs only! I do not recommend lowering the front via springs or you will suffer with poor ride quality. If you want to lower the front, use lowering struts or lowering strut arms.
 
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