H&R Sport Springs, 2013-16 Dart

Model Number: 226303

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H&R has developed a set of springs for the 2013+ Dodge Dart!

Product Info:

  • Lowers the front by 1.25 inches.
  • Lowers the rear by 1.2 inches.
  • Offers a great ride quality.

Sport Spring kits are H&R's number one selling product. Enhance the look of your vehicle with a reduced fender well gap. H&R Sport Springs lower the vehicle center of gravity and reduce body roll for better handling.

The progressive spring rate design provides superb ride quality and comfort. A lower wind resistance signature will make the vehicle more streamlined and improve gas mileage. If you are only looking to improve one part of your vehicle's suspension, you cannot go wrong with installing Sport Springs.

  • Anonymous
    Do these require a kamber kit?
    1 Answer
    • customer service rep

      H&R does not require you to use a camber kit with installation of these springs.
  • Kristopher Chesnutt
    1.25" on both front and rear or is the rear a bit higher, 1.2"
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      These springs lower the front by 1.25 inches, and the rear by 1.2 inches.
  • Chris Portell
    Will these springs keep the front camber in spec? The last thing I want is to improve the looks, but wear tires.
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      H&R does not have information on camber specs, but Eibach states that any drop lower than about 1.4 inches would require a camber kit. Based on that information the H&R's would not require a camber kit, but its always best to get an alignment and make sure it is in spec.
  • Jonathan Manley
    Will I need to replace my original shocks due to the difference in ride height / Will the difference in ride height wear out my stock shocks quicker than normal?
    1 Answer
    • Customer Service Rep

      These lowering springs are designed to work with factory struts, or OEM type struts. If your struts are in good condition you will be fine, however if your struts now are in poor shape you should replace them. Installing lowering springs will reduce the lifespan of your struts, but you can minimize the wear of a suspension with lowering springs by not bottoming out your cars suspension on bad holes and bumps.