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Cutting Coil Springs

OK, so I am wanting to lower my D, and I was thinking about trying to cut my springs. I see that some of the Ram guys have done this. I have always been told that cutting springs is very bad. I have thought about it for a while. What if any problems could this cause. I am only going to cut about 1 coil. I know a lot of people have their opinions, just looking for someone with first hand experience that could offer advice or suggestions.

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Take it from someone who used to work on a stock car team...the more you cut off of a spring...the stiffer it gets..as to how stiff..that depends on the diameter of the spring wire.

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you need to just make sure that you cut EXACTLY the same amount from each spring. people do it all the time. As long as both springs are even, you are ok. If not, you will got one side sitting lower than the other. The you will have one side pulling while driving down the road. Then you will need a front end alignemtn every 3 months. Its gets frustrating.

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yeah, I was already thinking the cutting and measuring will be a bit difficult. As for the stiffer spring, that wouldnt be so bad. My D feels really soft up front already. I dont plan to cut alot, just a little bit. I will be shooting for about 1 inch. The Ram guys say 2 coils is about 4 inches, so I will use that as a reference. So I guess I will cut less than 1 coil.

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why not go on ebay and get a lowering kit, they come with everything you need. I lowered my r/t 3 inches with the lowering blocks for the rear, but the front I have the adjustable torsion bars, so I just let me out a little to match the rear. here is a pic
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why not go on ebay and get a lowering kit, they come with everything you need. I lowered my r/t 3 inches with the lowering blocks for the rear, but the front I have the adjustable torsion bars, so I just let me out a little to match the rear. here is a pic
First, there are no "kits" out there for an 03. You have to piece it together. Second, I want to do this as a free project / experiment. I have had 2 inch bell tech springs on my D about 2 years ago and the ride was very bouncy up front. Now this was with factory shocks that have since been replaced. I have a set of 2 inch blocks laying around my garage, but would need new u bolts. I may try to work something with the leafs, maybe remove one of the springs or something, not sure on that yet. Anyhow, if this can all be done for practically no cost, I think a lot of people would be interested to know the outcome. Again, this is more of an experiment. I would be willing to put drop springs later on or possibly try out factory R/T or V6 springs.

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I'd like to point out that there's no coil springs on a gen I D

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you might want to do a search before saying there are no kits for a 03 or any other generation 1 durango. Here you go
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/DURAN...Q5fAccessories


and I do understand about the low to almost no money for a experiment which is a good thing to see what could happen, like I said before I only paid the 25 bucks for the blocks, and that's it at auto zone. I also had to find the kit with the bigger u bolts. I had a friend that went to home depot and had ubolts made there for 10 bucks.
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you might want to do a search before saying there are no kits for a 03 or any other generation 1 durango. Here you go
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/DURAN...Q5fAccessories


and I do understand about the low to almost no money for a experiment which is a good thing to see what could happen, like I said before I only paid the 25 bucks for the blocks, and that's it at auto zone. I also had to find the kit with the bigger u bolts. I had a friend that went to home depot and had ubolts made there for 10 bucks.
To clarify, there are no kits from the major companies (Bell Tech, Ground Force, DJM...). I have seen the ebay SpringTechs, but dont know much about them or their quality so I ruled them out.

As for Gen 1 without springs? I have a 2wd with coils up front and leaf springs out back

Home Depot for u-bolts? I'll have to check into that.

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I'd like to point out that there's no coil springs on a gen I D
Haven't ever seen the front of a 2wd Durango then have you?

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hereis a pic of the 2wd coil spring set up for those who have not seen it

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To clarify, there are no kits from the major companies (Bell Tech, Ground Force, DJM...). I have seen the ebay SpringTechs, but dont know much about them or their quality so I ruled them out.
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DJM has 2wd Durango kits. It says 98-02 but there is no difference suspension wise for the 03 http://djmsuspension.com/applications/dodge%20apps.html


Hotchkis used to have a TVS kit with front coils and rear lowering leafs for the 2wd Durango but it has been out of production for a while so I doubt anyone has a kit in stock. It was part number 80312

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Did you search? Belltech lists kis and components for the 2wd Durango http://www.belltechsporttrucks.com/productfinder/

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Did you search? Belltech lists kis and components for the 2wd Durango http://www.belltechsporttrucks.com/productfinder/

www.belltech.com/products/dodge.htm.
Again, most "kits" stop at 2002. I dont know the reason why.

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OK ,so I have done a little research on how to cut the springs. It is recommended to cut the "wild end" of the spring 1/4 coil at a time with a cut off wheel or hacksaw. I can use the cut portion as a template for cutting the other spring exactly.

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Today, I finished the front end. I cut about a 1/4 coil, reinstalled everything, drove it around to let everything settle. This got me about 1 inch. Ripped everything apart one last time, and this time cut just a little less than the first time. Again, reassembled everything and took it for a drive. Now I'm sitting at about 2 inches. I didnt get out on the highway, just neighborhood streets. It honestly feels real good. Not too firm. I installed new shocks about 6 months ago, so I'm sure that helped. The truck has always ridden very rough, so I was a little worried about the increased spring rate. Well, it feels great. This has cost me nothing!
The truck has a slight rake to it right now, added with the larger tires in back. The rear tires are about 1/2 inch taller. I have a set of 2 inch blocks that I might put on or leave off. not sure yet. I like the raked look.

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I think it looks fine the way it is. I would leave the back the way it is, in the event you go on vacation and throw some stuff in there. The suspension will keep the body off the wheels. Speed bumps wont put you into the body either.

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wanted to post an update on things. as the front suspension settled and got a few more miles on it, the front end was beginning to feel a bit bouncy. Well, thats because it was sitting right on the bump stops. To keep the no cost mod alive, and researching a little online, I decided to go ahead and cut them. Everything I read recommended trimming as much as the drop itself. Well, I cut about an inch and a half from each side. Now it rides much better and the bounce has been eliminated.

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