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Old 11-30-2010, 06:14 PM
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Are 05-07 and 08+ Radius arms the same?

Just like the title states....are the radius arms on 05-07 trucks and 08+ trucks the same? I have a spare pair off of a 2008 that I want to have painted/powdercoated so I can swap them out for the ugly ones on my 2005. They look the same, just want to make sure before I spend the time and money.
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Anybody know?
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Yeah they are identical bro.
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are the coil springs off an 06 same as the 08 ??? got leveling 2"-3" coil springs off my 06 wondering if they will work on my 08 !!
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are the coil springs off an 06 same as the 08 ??? got leveling 2"-3" coil springs off my 06 wondering if they will work on my 08 !!
yep they are all the same.
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Old 12-18-2010, 03:47 AM
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sweet !! So i can use the 06 coil spring with no other parts to level off the truck correct ?? Do u think I can add the Icon TEI spacer to that for an extra inch ?? Thanks for ur help fireman seen ur truck go through a few diffrent setups so I figure u should know a bit lol !
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Old 12-18-2010, 04:49 AM
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yeah you can use them on your 08. You need alignment cams too, so make sure you take it for an alignment after you put the leveling coils in. If you add the TEI spacer too, you're really at the point you need an adjustable trackbar, or dropped trackbar bracket.

I have a set of TEI spacers and a set of 3.5"PMF rear blocks I'm going to be pulling off. That is exactly how it sits in my signature. PM me if you are interested in any of it.
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pm me the price on each item !! Damn I should have kept my 7" icon lift off my 06 what in all has to be dont to make it work on the 08 ?? Im dropping off my 06 today :-( it will be missed lol !!
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