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Old December 4th, 2011, 08:06 PM
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Any suggestion on getting heavier load capacity . i get terrible drop with a load. i hear f250 springs will give me ruff ride.Have same issue with my e150. i was thinking of air shox .
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you can get them helper springs and they work great for the price

I've used these and they work, I carry alot of feed, dirt, heavy tongue weight from trailer & poo

http://www.jcwhitney.com/loadpro-adj...terid=d18911j2


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might look at a set of firestone helper air bags ....
fillem when you needem deflate when you dont ....

about 250.00 bucks unless you go with onboard air system then add another 200.00 bucks SAFER AND STRONGER THEN AIR SHOCKS ....
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you can get them helper springs and they work great for the price

I've used these and they work, I carry alot of feed, dirt, heavy tongue weight from trailer & poo

http://www.jcwhitney.com/loadpro-adj...terid=d18911j2
I can second this, I used them when I moved across the country. When I had my muffler install they installed it at the wrong angle so when the truck is under load it grinds on the driveshaft. These kept the rear end from sagging considerably, and fixed the problem.


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I tell ya, I could probably use some over load springs..
That was only about 800 pounds, granted it's mostly aft axle with those three big beams, but I have had close to 1500 in the bed before.
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