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Hello everyone, I recently purchased a 2019 Daytona Rt, it badly needs to be lowered, most applications online only show up to 2018, has anyone out there lowered a 2019, will 2018 springs work, any input is greatly appreciated.
 

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Hello everyone, I recently purchased a 2019 Daytona Rt, it badly needs to be lowered, most applications online only show up to 2018, has anyone out there lowered a 2019, will 2018 springs work, any input is greatly appreciated.
I just picked up a 2019 myself and am waiting for info. I want to lower it atleast an inch but the ride is so smooth and dont wanna mess with that.
 

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Hi Everyone!
i am looking to purchase Daytona for my 2018 Dodge Charger. but i am confusion to select the best dealer. Can anyone of your suggest me for the same at NY, USA.
 

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that is all u need, will not void warranty. u r looking at around 600/700 for install... guesstimate includes price of springs and alignment. do not let them talk u into anything other than install and alignment, camber will be fine.
 

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Hello everyone, I recently purchased a 2019 Daytona Rt, it badly needs to be lowered, most applications online only show up to 2018, has anyone out there lowered a 2019, will 2018 springs work, any input is greatly appreciated.
I just recently lowered my 2019 RT with H&R lowering springs. I went with the 50888 off of amazon, it ran me about $230 plus $300 to be installed.
 

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How old are your cars? Mine turned a year, and 10K, and it definitely settled 1/2" to 3/4" for sure. I'm on hold getting my Dodge brand ones installed since I don't want it too low.
 

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Hello everyone, I recently purchased a 2019 Daytona Rt, it badly needs to be lowered, most applications online only show up to 2018, has anyone out there lowered a 2019, will 2018 springs work, any input is greatly appreciated.
if you are absolutely intent on lowering the car...springs are not the best way as the factory springs are engineered to work with hydraulic strut...better off with a set of quality coilovers and in either case, make sure you get a quality alignment afterwards in either case...notice the word quality goes with both the parts and labor...
 
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