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Dodge Ram 1500 2009-2018 Rear 2" Drop Coil Springs - Mcgaughys Part# 44055

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$223.66
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Product Description

Fits: Dodge Ram 1500 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 

- Rear 2" Drop Coil Springs

- Notes: Fits All Cab Sizes, Uses Factory Shocks, Fits 2wd & 4wd Trucks, Does Not Fit Trucks With Factory Rear Air Suspension



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  1. Perfect!!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd May 2016

    I have received numerous compliments on my truck's stance since I installed the springs. Thank you!


  2. Dropped the advertised 2". 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Mar 2016

    Great shipping, great service, and the springs drop as advertised.The springs are a bit soft though. Any weight in the box at all, and the rear is lower than the front.


  3. Just how I imagined! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Mar 2016

    Very happy with the purchase, i still wanted my truck to be a truck but i wanted it closer to level and this fit the bill! (I did end up painting them...even though you have to get down under the truck to see them...made me happy)

    Install was cake! crawl under and ratchet strap the stock springs tight, then jack up the truck, swap, rinse and repeat! could not have been easier.


  4. So far so good 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Dec 2015

    Great price, fast shipping, I ordered these on monday expected them friday but showed up on thursday. Real easy to install only took a matter of 15 min on each side.lift truck, Take wheel off, place a jack under axle, remove nut from sway bar, remove bolt from lower shock, carefully undo the plastic snaps holding the ABS sensor to give you slack, lower the jack that is under the axle, pull old spring out put new one in, reverse steps, done move to next side.

    Didnt really notice too much of a difference in ride quality but I can feel the A$$ end sitting lower as my nose is more level with the road now. Truck looks sharp too. I got the factory 20's and it compliments very well now.


  5. excellent 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Dec 2015

    Awesome product! Truck rides just like factory but looks awesome!


  6. worked like advertised 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Nov 2015

    Super easy to install took a total of 45 mins to do. Truck looks alot better.


  7. No worries... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 23rd Aug 2015

    Great product,easy to install,great look. Fast delivery. Thanks guys...


  8. so far so good 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Jul 2015

    I have had my drop springs about a month so far and they are treating me well. Easy to install and great look on the truck. Nothing g is perfect that's why 4 stars instead of 5 but a great product all around. One complaint would be the bed is still a hair high but not a huge deal for me


  9. The bed still sits high 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 30th Apr 2015

    Overall satisfied with the product but, the end result compared to the pictures on their site are not completely the same. The springs do lower the back 2" as advertised but to get the truck truly level you would have to get 3" drop springs.
    They do definitely position the rear wheels closer to the wheel wells and give it more of a sporty look.


  10. Sick effing Springs 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Mar 2015

    Short story first:

    Sick springs. Truck looks great, handles better, rides smooth, easy install.

    Long story now:

    I was in the market for something to level my new Ram. I've never really like the rake on a truck (or musclecar) and the leveled look seems much tighter. The options for me were: 1. Raise the front. 2. Lower the rear. As I didn't really want to have to mess with other suspension parts, or didn't want them to get messed with, I wasn't into raising the front. Also, I just bought the dang truck and didn't really feel like upgrading wheels/tires yet since the ones on there are perfectly good (20's). So, I decided to drop the back. I'm not much of an off-roader, so clearance really isn't much of an issue.

    Enter these springs. Holy crap, what a great buy. Simple easy to install and they look really, really great. The rears came down just about 2", and the back of the truck is about 3/8" higher than the front now. The truck stance is smooth, tight, and sleek. Much better than stock. The stock wheels/tires fill out the wheel-wells much better and the truck looks much more aggressive. Overall handling has increased noticeably--bodyroll and sway around hard corners has been reduced quite a bit without the ride quality suffering. There is a slightly more relaxed feel from behind the wheel which adds to driver confidence.

    The install took a few hours total. The first side took longer since I had to figure out how to do it. The second side only took about 20 minutes. Easy peasy. Remove plastic wheelwell housing/dust shroud thingie. Jack up the truck from the rear diff or the axle, then put jack stands under the frame.Take off tire, then lower the truck back down until the shock bottoms out, then remove the lower shock bolt from its housing. Once out, lower the jack all the way until the suspension is fully flexed and the spring will wiggle right out. Replace the spring with the new one, jack the truck back up (with the jack in the same location) until the shock bolt hole lines back up with the housing. Reattach shock, put wheel back on, and jack all the way up until you can pull out the jack stand and then lower that hog all the way back down. Repeat on other side. I did all this with the jack that came with the truck, but I did need an impact wrench and 21mm socket (and open ended wrech) to get the shock off.

    All in all, a great buy for those looking to level out their truck without sacrificing stock ride quality or other stock suspension parts. Truck looks tight and sleek and handles great. Sick Springs.


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