04-28-2013, 11:41 AM
Join Date: Jan 2011
Stu, not sure how you got into that mess. But there have been hundreds of flip kits installed without the issues you had/have. Most all problems come back to the axle rotating after install altering the driveshaft angle and in the extreme cases destroying the driveshaft. I know most if not all of the guys who have used flip kits will tell others to install the kit, check your angles and go have the perches welded. It's cheap insurance that keeps everything lined up and safe. Our Ram springs are IMO relatively flexable and wrap easily (wheel hop) when launching, adding something to control this movement is also a good precautionary step to keep from damaging the drive train. If you are using the same spring as before the drop then you will have the same spring rate after the drop as it's the same spring. That's my 2 cents.
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