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So from reading here these new mid level? 1"/1.8" springs wont affect towing capacity? I have a boat/trailer that is 4500lbs with a tongue weight of 400lbs, looking to get into a my14 srt in the spring of 2015. Without load leveling shocks does towing bring them to their knees? I assume the new springs may be a little stiffer to help that a little. Thanks!
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That's a great ride height. I have a GC with air suspension - does that mean I can't install the RMs?
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Oh and did you manage to sort out that camber with new arms that you mentioned?
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Re: Road Magnet Review

I bought the road magnet mid lowering springs but the streets in Mexico are not as in the US, so when O go over a bump I feel the bak suspension to be very hard. Do you guys think I can remove the back RM and put the OEM "front" springs on the back?? So the final setup will be RM mid on the front and OEM front on the back.

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I bought the road magnet mid lowering springs but the streets in Mexico are not as in the US, so when O go over a bump I feel the bak suspension to be very hard. Do you guys think I can remove the back RM and put the OEM "front" springs on the back?? So the final setup will be RM mid on the front and OEM front on the back.

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You can do that but you will not be able to hold much weight at all back there, 1 person will cause the rear to sag
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