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Old 12-04-2015, 11:05 PM   #2181
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Old 12-05-2015, 12:18 AM   #2182
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This is our new set up!

I love my new Ram 3500 Laramie 4x4. What a "Beast" for towing!
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Old 12-05-2015, 05:57 AM   #2183
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Old 12-05-2015, 09:01 AM   #2184
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This pic was taken just before I hooked up the WD...but I will say it still doesn't sit level even with 1500# bars. I have the snow plow package and from what I understand that comes with the 350 front springs so the front end is real stiff and doesn't want to sit down...probably need to do an add a leaf in back or air suspension.
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This pic was taken just before I hooked up the WD...but I will say it still doesn't sit level even with 1500# bars. I have the snow plow package and from what I understand that comes with the 350 front springs so the front end is real stiff and doesn't want to sit down...probably need to do an add a leaf in back or air suspension.
Air bags are the answer! I added aftermarket air bags to my new Ram 3500. I drop the pressure to about 30psi when not towing. Smooths out the ride as well.
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Old 12-05-2015, 11:15 AM   #2186
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This pic was taken just before I hooked up the WD...but I will say it still doesn't sit level even with 1500# bars. I have the snow plow package and from what I understand that comes with the 350 front springs so the front end is real stiff and doesn't want to sit down...probably need to do an add a leaf in back or air suspension.
Ford SD 250 sag. They lengthened the springs and went to only 2 leafs for ride and comfort. After a few thousand miles on the odometer most will sit level with no load.

From reading many owners will put in the bigger 4" block from an F350, add a helper spring, timbrens, or bags.
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Old 12-05-2015, 11:54 AM   #2187
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Ford SD 250 sag. They lengthened the springs and went to only 2 leafs for ride and comfort. After a few thousand miles on the odometer most will sit level with no load.

From reading many owners will put in the bigger 4" block from an F350, add a helper spring, timbrens, or bags.

Bags for mine. I have the camper package and it would squat down into the overloads pretty good even with wdh hooked up. With 30psi in the bags it sits perfectly level.
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Air bags are the answer! I added aftermarket air bags to my new Ram 3500. I drop the pressure to about 30psi when not towing. Smooths out the ride as well.
Yeah I'll probably end up with some Ride Rite bags before next season rolls around....hopefully I can get them installed myself
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I installed the ride rites on my 15 F350 this summer, it wasn't a difficult job. You shouldn't have any problem.
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