Coil spacer install on 1993 Cummins D250

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Coil spacer install on 1993 Cummins D250

Postby frodo2222 » Sun Nov 04, 2018 5:58 pm to the forum..I have a 93 with the 5.9 and the front is sagging pretty much! I found that there is a spring spacer..anybody ever done this here and did it work well. AND are they easy to put on?..this are aluminum...below from their site.

Also does anyone know what the correct height measurement from ground to fender is?

Ride height can greatly affect alignment angles. Coil spring spacers can restore vehicle trim height and correct ride height issues associated with sagging springs and/or suspension modifications. Coil spring spacers allow shock absorbers and struts to operate through their normal range for longer life, and correct ride height will also improve vehicle ride, stability, and appearance. Spacers are aluminum and include one per package.

***Note: When installed on front Short/Long Arm suspensions the vehicle height will usually be raised 2-1/2 to 3 times spacer thickness. On rear coil spring systems the vehicle height will usually be raised 1-1/4 to 1-1/2 times spacer thickness.***

Picture is representitive of shape of this spacer and may not reflect actual thickness of this part #.
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Re: Coil spacer install on 1993 Cummins D250

Postby ellis93 » Sun Nov 04, 2018 8:14 pm

These are the ones I used ... 2694838412
They’ll raise the front 1.5 inches and with my moog springs that was 3.5 overall front lift.
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