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Old 09-16-2011, 04:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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*** Synergy Manufacturing Dodge Progressive Coil Springs --------------------->

Synergy Manufacturing 94-Present Dodge 1500/2500/3500 Front Lift Coil Springs

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Synergy Manufacturing Dodge 1500/2500/3500 Front Lift Springs

Front lift coils for Dodge 1500 Mega Cab 4x4 & 2500/3500 trucks
Synergy Manufacturing coils offer excellent off road performance while preserving ride quality
Progressively wound; keeps spring from coming unbound at suspension droop
Progressively wound spring eliminates annoying spring clanking found on most suspension kits
Feature frequency balanced and tuned spring rates to maximize suspension performance on and off road
Suspension components feature an abrasive-resistant black powder coat finish for maximum durability and corrosion resistance
Springs are designed to give the advertised amount of lift with use of aftermarket front bumpers & winches.
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Notes: When using stock Dodge wheels, we recommend a 1-1/2" Bolt-On Wheel Spacer (PPM-4112-8-65-L)





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Old 01-06-2014, 10:01 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What's the scoop on these for 2nd gen trucks, specifically the diesel equipped rigs? I want a leveled truck and the previous owner used a spacer kit from Rough Country. I'm also trying to greatly improve the ride quality. I'd like to go with a mini leaf pack and some Fox IFPs. I'll also be adding some Sulastic shackles to help in the rear.

So how will this setup handle? How do the Synergy parts compare to Carli and Thuren? Are the Fox IFPs for Dodge trucks valved correctly for these trucks?
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Old 01-12-2014, 02:36 PM   #4 (permalink)
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So how will this setup handle? How do the Synergy parts compare to Carli and Thuren? Are the Fox IFPs for Dodge trucks valved correctly for these trucks?
Pretty similar but a lot less expensive.
The Fox replacement stuff works really well on these trucks.
Keep an eye out for the new Fox 2.5" DIA Performance Series shocks
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Old 01-12-2014, 05:43 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I have these on my 01 and had to add a 1.5" spacer on top of them to get the truck level. Didn't gain much of ride either, the top coils are smashed together from the get go.

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Pretty similar but a lot less expensive.
The Fox replacement stuff works really well on these trucks.
Keep an eye out for the new Fox 2.5" DIA Performance Series shocks
Are those due out soon? Worth waiting for?
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I have these on my 01 and had to add a 1.5" spacer on top of them to get the truck level. Didn't gain much of ride either, the top coils are smashed together from the get go.
Call me... That does not sounds right.

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Here is a picture. Got hooked up on them from a poly salesman off cumminsforum and never messaged me back after I found they didn't work very well so I just bought some 1.5"spacers and lived with it.

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Are those due out soon? Worth waiting for?
No ETA yet.... They are going to be significantly less expensive than the Factory Series steel body units that are currently available.
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Here is a picture. Got hooked up on them from a poly salesman off cumminsforum and never messaged me back after I found they didn't work very well so I just bought some 1.5"spacers and lived with it.
I have a few different options for you here to make things right. The LD springs are spec'ed to give 2-2.5" lift on the truck you have shown there and I'd say thats pretty close to what it looks like. I personally would have recommended the HD spring for your application. Give me a call if you want to talk about it some more.

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I have the same problems with the front coils on my 97.
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Old 01-14-2014, 07:30 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I was sent the HD spring when I ordered your front end kit. It rode way too stiff and lifted it too much. Your site calls for the LD springs on 2nd gens. You guys sent me the LD spring after I called in. It rides better but the top coils are touching at all times.

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I have a few different options for you here to make things right. The LD springs are spec'ed to give 2-2.5" lift on the truck you have shown there and I'd say thats pretty close to what it looks like. I personally would have recommended the HD spring for your application. Give me a call if you want to talk about it some more.

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Thanks for the help, top notch customer service!
Heads up man, we have a new SKU for the application you are after. Hit me up so we can get you in line on a set of those new springs.

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Right on, I'll call ya next week and get on the list. Thank you.
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Right on, I'll call ya next week and get on the list. Thank you.
New springs are in stock now... Your should be leaving tomorrow.
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Looking for some new coils to lower an 06 Mega 3500 single wheel.

It's this truck that is pictured on road armors site.
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Any luck with a 3" to 3.5" spring for this application? The pic shows it on 35's but going to be dropping it to 33's and lowering for front down for trailer towing reasons.
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Any luck with a 3" to 3.5" spring for this application? The pic shows it on 35's but going to be dropping it to 33's and lowering for front down for trailer towing reasons.
Gas or diesel?
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Cool, thank you.
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It is a diesel. I posted the picture so you could see it has the big bumper and the winch as well

Wondering if your springs are going to sag with the extra weight it has and destroy the ride quality.
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It is a diesel. I posted the picture so you could see it has the big bumper and the winch as well

Wondering if your springs are going to sag with the extra weight it has and destroy the ride quality.
PM me your phone #, I have a few ideas on how to tackle the issue.

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Got the new springs installed tonight. They look and ride a lot better than the old setup. Here are a few shots. Thank you again for the help. I assumed the L and R on the part numbers referred to left and right orientation.





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Got the new springs installed tonight. They look and ride a lot better than the old setup. Here are a few shots. Thank you again for the help. I assumed the L and R on the part numbers referred to left and right orientation.
Cool man, I am glad we got that worked out for you. I would prob suggest swapping those old twin tubes out too if you can. Fox makes a pretty good replacement for those trucks. Shoot me a PM and i'll see what I can do for you.

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I was looking at those the other night. Will probably do something there this summer once I finish the new buggy build.
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