That I’m not sure of, but Eibach and all the car websites wanted to know if I had load leveling shocks on my 2017 when I was shopping for my Proline springs.I thought Nivomats were phased out after 2010, 2011 ... somewhere in there?
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Here's the Nivomat on my former '09 R/T - note how big the body is - how close to the rear spring the shock is.Hal, I have to disagree on how to identify the Nivomats. I really think part number or having the dealer check based on VIN is the best way. The fat shock body with thin welded rod is not exclusive to the Nivomats. Here’s a photo of my 17 R/T automatic’s rear shocks, which I confirmed are not Nivomats, even though they match your description.
I did it on my 2014 rt a 6 speed and it sat and rode awesome. Used factory shocksHi! I want to lower my RT 2013 6 speed and i heard i need to change the rear shocks. Is ther any kits including everything i need around $300? I have no clue whats good or whats not. Please help me out <img src="http://www.challengertalk.com/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />