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Once the truck is stabilized on a level surface and blocked safely, the rear is lifted to allow the axle to hang.
The right-front factory jounce bumper (arrow) was a little more difficult to access, but it can still be done without removing the front wheels.
Front SumoSprings (left) have a one-piece design. Springs are made of proprietary (and patented) microcellular urethane and are maintenance-free. The springs can compress up to 80 percent of the original height and will rebound fully. Two-piece configuration of the rear SumoSprings (right) allows for unlimited travel, a more progressive spring rate and better damping abilities. The blue kit used for the Ram test trucks is the most popular for towing trailers.

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