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post #1 of 3 Old 03-30-2018, 02:28 PM Thread Starter
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Which springs?

I can’t decide on Synergy 3 inch or EVO 3 inch?
Any opinions? I’d rather not buy a progressive spring that compresses at ride height and defeats the purpose of progressive but I don’t know if synergy does this.
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post #2 of 3 Old 03-30-2018, 09:19 PM
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I used to run Synergy. Now I run Metalcloak and the ride awesome. They also have a longer free length. 2.5" springs with 37's
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I have the EVO 4" springs and like them for just that reason, being linear. They also stay seated at full droop. I am running OME LT shocks and no limiting straps. Excellent ride on and off road. Also, very compliant off road when crawling and flexing out. Running 3" blocks all around.

Before that I ran AEV 3.5" progressive springs with their Bilsteins. That was more taught and felt more BMW-like. I already have one of those with Konis which are better anyway.

What I do want to try and do is swap out just the rears back to the 3.5" progressive AEV springs to be a hybrid like stock (linear front with progressive rear). The EVOs have a little more rake than I like when the vehicle is unloaded and in DD form. I think that it makes sense on the rear only because you want to compensate for the load of all your gear.

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