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    Default Going to replace front springs- reccomendations?

    My truck has been worked pretty hard, and porpoises badly.
    I think the suspension is sagging and the PO installed spacers in the coils (the wedge kind) I was planning to replace with the Moog Heavy duty springs as this is a working truck. Any comments on effects of these springs, ride, handling, to harsh etc?

    I just ordered Monroe Magnums for the beast.

    EDIT: More thoughts on this...door jamb says tires should be 225's, rig is fitted w/ 235's. PO thought van rode low so added the "jam in " spacer. It wasnt riding low just too big a tire. Suspension may not be sagged after all. I'm thinking put on 225's, the shocks I ordered and remove spacer. That spacer could be contributing to the lousy handling.
    Last edited by Kingstud; 08-09-2010 at 11:32 PM.
    Rockin a newly acquired 94' GMC Vandura 2500 cargo van.

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