front have all the same rates, main difference is height in each version. Lights are 16.33" from there 1/2" more to mediums, 1/2" for the heavy ones
Rears have all the same height, 20.27" but they vary the rate, all longer than stock. Another plus.
So what they list for height will be a suprise for some. Spring rate are linear so it'll be a huge lift with the heavy ones in the back if you didn't have weight in your truck bed. the 3167's will the equivalent of something like 2" springs, but at 220lbs/inch they just a touch heavier than stock just like Eibach or Bisltein 1" springs. again OME make things thinking about load not cosmetics [https://www], super easy to visualize your height when you know your load vs your spring rates.
BDS 3" rear springs are 20.87" 240lbs/inch to put things in perspective.
220 lbs/inch for the lights, 20.27" long
280 lbs/inch for the mediums, 20.27" long
340 lbs/inch for the heavy, 20.27" long
Strut and shocks.
Rear shocks are the same lenght, 27.5" extended, 16.65 compressed. These shocks are 2" longer than stock. Woo wooo [https://www]
Front struts are standard lenght, 21.22" extended, 15.43 compressed. If they're like with Toyotas these have a regular perch (not adjustable) so you lift with the springs. you'll correct your driver lean with the trim packers. Another bonus.
With the limited options available, especially for the diesel this is awesome. Handling the added weight on these trucks has always been a bit of a struggle with most gear being tuned for the hemi. Perfect example, my 6112s maxxed out sagged to 2" of lift, if I added a bumper and winch, i'd hardly gain any lift. Similar in the rear. I don't see this adding a lot of lift, which isn't ideal for some, but for me my truck is a pack mule during the week and I still like to adventure a bit on the weekends. Being able to put together a kit setup for my exact loads is huge .
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