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Right front sitting really low, non airbag suspension.

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  • mike_weav410 Oct 05, 2010

    There is no coil spring system on the vehicle, are the springs built into the a frame members?

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New springs needed

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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    Colin Stickland Oct 06, 2010

    to be honest i have never worked on one as iam in spain so if no coil springs it must use leaf springs or torsion bar ,it will have springs of some sort thats for sure ,just changing the shock absorber will not lift the vehicle thats for sure ,have another look because if its torsion bars then they can easly be adjusted

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