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I did the same to my car....all four corners dropped 3/4" as measured from floor to top center of wheel well openning.......the rear measured 1" higher than the front....
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Here is a pic of my RT on the Hotchkis kit

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Can I assume that a wheel alignment was not necessary?
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Originally Posted by bschubarg View Post
Can I assume that a wheel alignment was not necessary?
From what other people are saying no. I'm going to let them settle for about another week then put her on the rack to see where everything sits. I only drive 200 miles a week so not too worried about messing up a tire in only that short amount of time.

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hmm...i don't see that big of a difference

atleast you were able to cut out the cost of labor
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Do you have an RT or SRT. I had an 11 RT with the Hotchkis springs and it dropped it in the front atleast 1.5 inchs. The SRT is already lower than an RT so idk if the hotchkis would put it too low.

I will post a pic of my old RT when I get home.

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I have '12 SRT. I have to search the threads again when I get a chance. I forgot which springs lower the rear a lot which is what I want to avoid. I really want the springs that lower the front more. The best solution is coil overs but I absolutely love the 2 mode sport suspension and don't want to lose that feature.
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hmm...i don't see that big of a difference

atleast you were able to cut out the cost of labor
Based on the picture in your sig you prefer more a "slammed" look....the springs are not for you..

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I have '12 SRT. I have to search the threads again when I get a chance. I forgot which springs lower the rear a lot which is what I want to avoid. I really want the springs that lower the front more. The best solution is coil overs but I absolutely love the 2 mode sport suspension and don't want to lose that feature.
The front is about 1" lower than the back.....the Mopar springs will lower front and back approx 3/4" so the rear will still be 1" higher than the front...
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hmm...i don't see that big of a difference

atleast you were able to cut out the cost of labor
Lol yeah it isnt a huge difference but its lower for sure. I use to be able to slide over the parking curbs at my gf's apartment. Now I cant so it did something lol.
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I'm surprised someone hasn't made a spread sheet listing all the aftermarket spring and how much they lower front and rear. That would be really helpful.
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