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Proper sag?

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by moustache ride, May 5, 2011.

  1. May 5, 2011 at 7:59 PM
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    moustache ride

    moustache ride [OP] Member

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    6" fabtech, 8000lb Warn W/ARB bumper, command start, 33 pro comps on 15s, Apline stereo.
    I've got a 97 ext cab with a 6" fabtech DB lift. Also a bumper and winch. I'm not to familiar with this system as It's my first lifted vehicle and I bought it with the DB already installed. I was just wondering what the normal amount of sag should be? It seems to sit very low on the springs and theres only about an inch of space between the bumpers on the lower control arms and the frame which seems like not much to me.

    Should I be getting stiffer springs to accommodate for the extra weight on the front?
     
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