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Does any body know if the power wagon front springs are any longer (higher) than regular 2500 series springs, thought if they were longer and would fit on a 2500 this might be a hot ticket . I can get a pretty good deal on parts from my local dealer. THANKS AGAIN GUYS

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2004 2500 4X4
HEMI AUTO 373
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STOCK WHEELS TIRES
33X12.50,S soon I hope
 

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im sure they might be slightly longer but i bet the spring rate is a lil higher since the vehicle was designed with a 1200 pound winch inside the bumper
 

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It wouldn't lift it by just adding them in there unless you also spaced the system itself out.

I thought the same thing back in the day when I put new coils on my '66... went and got a set from a 3/4 ton. Side by side... the new ones were a lil over 2"s taller. But once mounted, the truck sat at the same height. Only difference... a slightly harsher ride. :(
 

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the wagon springs are taller, but also have a different spring rate design, specifically for the wagon.

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correct tyler711.

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