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Old 04-16-2020, 08:39 PM #16
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Buy them through Apex Overland, shoot them an email, DM on instagram, or call Jill and tell them your setup and what you want. They will pair you with springs loaded for additional weight based on your needs.

I contacted Jill but she didnít bother to respond. Iím guessing itís because a month or so ago I sent her a list of stuff I was looking for to get quotes and didnít buy any of it through them (their pricing wasnít competitive or they didnít carry the brand).
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I contacted Jill but she didnít bother to respond. Iím guessing itís because a month or so ago I sent her a list of stuff I was looking for to get quotes and didnít buy any of it through them (their pricing wasnít competitive or they didnít carry the brand).
I'm on here every day and happy to help.

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You would have made a significantly stronger first impression had you actually replied with info relating to the original post instead of just PM for a discount code. I asked a specific questions with a lot of detail and your response is I have a discount code if you buy from me.

When I know exactly what I want, price is King. When Iím looking for experienced input on what will fit my needs, service takes priority over price point.
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You would have made a significantly stronger first impression had you actually replied with info relating to the original post instead of just PM for a discount code. I asked a specific questions with a lot of detail and your response is I have a discount code if you buy from me.

When I know exactly what I want, price is King. When Iím looking for experienced input on what will fit my needs, service takes priority over price point.
I thought you had already sorted out what you wanted after the comment about Apex, plus the comments of the other people who have run the various Dobinsons rear coils and given their own experience. Jsparky has a lot of experience with the different Dobinsons coils as he has used a few different ones plus other brands too, as he already mentioned.

I'd suggest the C59-329 linear heavy rate 2" coils if that's the sort of height you're looking for or the 701V variable rates if you want a full 3" rear lift and your shocks can handle that lift height
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OP probably already had this issue resolved but I thought Iíd share some input since a lot peeps here have helped me out. I had the same weight issues so I went with the Eibach Load Leveling System HD +400lbs and it has worked out perfectly for what I needed. Obviously going full suspension is the best option but I guess if you didnít want to swap everything out this is a adequate option.


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Anyone have a set of the 701V's they want to get rid of? I bought a NIB set of King's that came with a new set of 325's and those aren't stout enough for my setup.
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Don't have the same needs as you but the Eibach 'load leveling kit' may work for you. I just installed mine (the 250lbs kit) and it allows good adjustment for extra weight with the system they set up. The system isn't the easiest to adjust but allows you to adjust both sides for any lean/weight distribution.
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