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Old 12-14-2015, 07:08 AM   #61
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So the 350 suspension difference is an add-on helper spring, rather than just an extra leaf ? I'd always assumed that they just added an extra leaf ?
I'd like a bit extra weight capacity, but at the same time don't want a rougher ride.
Would rather have the ride smoothed out with a bit less bounce.

Not sure what the best option would be:- to get the dealership to add the 350 helper spring, which I assume they could do, or go for the Roadmaster add-on.
Not sure whether either of those would really help with ride, or only help with load (in which case I'd still consider it, so long as the ride isn't any worse)

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Old 12-14-2015, 12:26 PM   #62
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An F350 SWR has a 4" block and an overload leaf spring.

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