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Is it possible to add rear air shocks to my 2015 Challenger R/T+? I want to go old school and raise the rear end a little more than I have. If possible please post pics if you've done it.
 

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Have not seen air shocks but they do make rear air bags to replace the rear springs.

Or you could leave the back alone and get drop springs for the front (i.e. springs for an RT with STP). The RT+ sits ~1 inch higher than scats (assuming you don't have the STP option).
 

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IF I (big IF, but I do get it why someone would want to) was going to do this, I would use those spacers/limiters. And IF that wasn't enough, I would try a comparable drop in the front, if it was a Challenger that wasn't already lower in the first place.
The big advantages to those are
CHEAP
Removable
Disavantage (kinda) is rear will be stiffer
 
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Have not seen air shocks but they do make rear air bags to replace the rear springs.

Or you could leave the back alone and get drop springs for the front (i.e. springs for an RT with STP). The RT+ sits ~1 inch higher than scats (assuming you don't have the STP option).
I do have MOPAR stage 1 lowering springs on the front and stock in the rear, I would just like to be able to change it higher when parked at shows.
 

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I may try those rubber spacers, thanks.
 
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