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dherr Reader
1/2/18 10:53 a.m.

Nice build, this is really cool and for most of us, all the truck we really need unless you tow a big trailer.

I agree that one build on a Charger would be  much more capable of towing and load capacity.

These "utes" remind me of my trip to Australia, where there are factory Utes everywhere

White_and_Nerdy HalfDork
1/8/18 9:15 a.m.
Ian F said:

idparts.com sells lift spacers for the front struts.  It generally levels them out with the rear, depending on the car.   If budget allows, Ground Control can put together a coil-over kit that raises the car a bit for better geometry (it's not really on the site - you'll need to call them for it; it was developed by an autocrosser to custom specs a number of years ago).  Oddly enough, lowering the Mk IV tends to make the handling worse.

Yes, that's the route I plan to take - or make my own. The rear already sits a bit higher than stock due to 200lbs less weight back there. I might add air springs to raise and stiffen it based on the load, but normally I'll run basically empty.

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