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Is anyone using the rear coil correction plate on their springs? It sets the bottom of the spring at 10 degrees so you don't get the slinky look at the top of the lifted springs. I am getting ready to replace my 3" lift rear springs and am wondering if it is worth installing these with the springs..
 

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The bow in the springs doesnt cause any problems or hurt anything. Many folks still run that way. But if it is bothering you, you can simply cut the ears off the upper perch on the frame (carefully), move the spring to the center of the arch, and reweld. Its a pretty easy job actually (if you have access to a welder).



 

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I would rather move the perches than use a correction plate. All the ones I've seen add some lift, for better or worse. Moving the perches does firm up the rear a bit. My shocks are still in the factory locations.

Why is my pic upside down?
 

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