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Whats are the dajiban front suspensions #743544
December 06th 2018 8:15 pm
December 06th 2018 8:15 pm
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How are they getting the Dajiban's so low on the front?
Is it just cut springs and stiffer shocks??
Looking to lower my 2000 Dodge conversion Van.

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Re: Whats are the dajiban front suspensions [Re: JustinBrandt] #744185
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Im considering getting the Moog 7272 springs and cutting a coil with new shocks. Heavier spring rate to keep it from bottoming out. Those vans usually employ coil over$$$$


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Re: Whats are the dajiban front suspensions [Re: JustinBrandt] #744663
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I used belltech 2" drop spindles 2605 on my van and the front springs were pretty wore out so it looked pretty good. After about 6 months I had to raise it back up, bump steer was that bad.

https://www.vanning.com/threads/ubb...0-belltech-drop-spindles.html#Post731257
Here is a picture of it when it was lowered.

Last edited by BigPip; January 21st 2019 11:19 am.

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