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I just got my spring relocation kit from Chrysler and there is no holes in the boxes. Is this normal or did something get missed when they were made. Not a big deal just wondering if they come this way or not. Thanks.
 

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Cool ,thanks. Thats what i wanted to know. Its just that this is the first one of these kits I am doing and all the pics i see already have the holes in them so I just wanted to make sure. Thanks for the reply guys.
 

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Cool ,thanks. Thats what i wanted to know. Its just that this is the first one of these kits I am doing and all the pics i see already have the holes in them so I just wanted to make sure. Thanks for the reply guys.
I wouldn't trust a predrilled bracket. It would be too easy to set the springs out of square to the car. I have pics in the gallery also if it helps.

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random question, would you recomend putting the rear farther back to fit the taller tire? Or leaving it at the stock location? My car will be a street strip with more emphasis on the strip part. Thanks.
 

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random question, would you recomend putting the rear farther back to fit the taller tire? Or leaving it at the stock location? My car will be a street strip with more emphasis on the strip part. Thanks.
IMO in would move the rear back an inch. I have 28" x 13.5" and still use the wheel lip trim with plenty of room.

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