3” Rear Coil Springs?

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Hello all -
I’m in a 2016 Sport Crew 5.7.
Short story is, I’m looking for 3” rear coils to replace my current 2” coils with 1” spacers. Spacers are squeaking and it’s driving me crazy .
Who manufactures a 3” rear coil for my ‘16?
I’ve searched the forum and only get more confused by all the extra stuff that comes up in the search results.
I’m looking for something of quality that will provide me with a true 3” of rear lift without the need for the spacers.
Thank you in advance for your recommendations!
 
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Also wanted to add, The only “heavy” hauling I do is firewood.
No heavy off-roading or trailering what-so-ever.
Thanks Again -
 

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Cant help you with spring recommendations. But figured i would ask…are you sure the springs/spacers are what is squeaking?
 
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Not 100% yet but that’s where I am at the moment.
Still working on narrowing it down. Just preparing for what I’m thinking it likely is.
 

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What style soacer? Poly, steel, upper, lower? Are they bolted in place? Ive been running steel spacers on the front of my power wagon for 100k miles and still never heard a peep from them.

Could be other things making the noise…sway bar links, control arm bushings, even the e-brake.
 

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Zone makes a 3” lift rear spring. Or at least their level kits include a 3” spring, not sure if they sell separately.

Get some WD40 PTFE spray and lube up some of the moving parts one by one to see if the squeak improves. Should help you figure out what is causing it.
 

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White lithium in a spray can will stay attached pretty well ,it lasts longer than most other lubes .
 
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