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I am new here so I hope you can help me out. I have 2003 Ram 1500 quad cab that was lowered when purchased. I am raising it back to stock height and I purchased a used set of coils and spindles off a 2005 Ram single cab and a set of leaf springs from a 2008 Quad Cab. Are they any issues as far as fit goes? Being they are all 3rd generation Ram 1500's I figured they would all fit. Id there anything else I need to look for when I switch it back to stock height?

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Assuming all the parts you got came off of 1/2 ton rams, your good to go.. Sounds like your all set. All easy bolt on stuff. But I'm not sure your going to need the leaf springs.. I would assume the rear was dropped with a flip kit and all you'll have to do is put the axle back under the leafs. But, I don't know how it was lowered in the rear.. is the axle on top of or under the leaf springs? And how was the front dropped?

Good luck with the install, and welcome to DT.
 

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3rd Generation Ram 1500 Lowered

Yes, when I bought the truck it was already lowered and I was told it was a bell tech drop so I needed spindles and coils. The rear leafs were also changed. It was not a flip kit.
 

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3rd Generation Ram 1500 Lowered

What I am hoping to is I ordered new shocks and I want to try and find someone who wants to lower their truck, if they would do the labor I would give them the lowering kit. Of course they gotta live somewhere close to Sacramento, Ca . Any takers?
 

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Bell Tech Drop Spindles

Tell you what ST8 if I don't get any takers and end up paying to get the change over, I will offer them to you. I have no idea what they are worth but will research it if you are interested?
 
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