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Old 03-03-2016, 11:16 AM   #21
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too many people forget they have a truck ...you put some weight in the bed it'll sag a little...like I said a little...most trucks are built with the rearended a lil high anyways.....

Trucks are built with a rake to level the truck when loaded. However if you put enough load onto the truck that the sag is past level, the WDH will bring it back up to where it should be.


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Old 03-03-2016, 11:32 AM   #22
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I know most guys want to make their trucks level with the WDH. But it's a truck, when towing weight it is not a bad think for the rear to sag just a bit. It helps with everything from sway to pushing you thru turns.
Exactly. You want the front to be back to stock height. But the rear will still be lower than stock. If the rear is back to stock height, your front could be seriously overloaded.
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Exactly. You want the front to be back to stock height. But the rear will still be lower than stock. If the rear is back to stock height, your front could be seriously overloaded.

And rear severely UNDERWEIGHT!
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