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    Droopy Triton.

    Hey there folks.
    Mate of mine with an 08/09 V6 triton has just chucked a steel winch bar on, and is looking into how to sort out the droop it's developed.
    Is it possible to simply put some stiffer front springs in as opposed to going for a full lift?
    Would putting the springs from a diesel triton in work? Or is there not much weight difference between the diesel and the petrol donk?
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    Yes, most suspension places will have a heavy duty standard replacement, he may need to do the back as well, as it might have an opposite effect once the front has heavy duty springs, could effect the ride and handling, maybe a medium duty in the back may help.

    Baz.
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