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      03-25-2020, 09:43 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by Redd View Post
Unless you've changed to different springs I think KW put it there for a reason. Otherwise why unnecessarily increase the cost of the product?
I bought a secondhand kit and while the shocks are in good condition the springs are nasty and rusty and I'd like to deviate a little from standard rates so I'll be replacing all of them. If I can get away with no helpers out back I will. In this instance it costs me less if I don't need them. The only thing they are doing is helping keep tension on the main spring so if I can buy a slightly longer spring or eliminate them altogether I will. Also considering the ground control articulating spring perch instead of the standard top adjuster.