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Old 05-22-2014, 07:59 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by RhoZeta View Post
Raised it 1 1/4? Did you get S10's or S15's ? I recently installed the S10's and with the roller on the bottom holes I *may*have raised up 1/2" ~ 3/4". I think they are great, was going to go with Timbrens but I did not like the idea of riding around on fancy bump stops so I went with the springs. In hindsight I should have gone with the 15's... LOL.

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They are the s15's I needed the heavier capacity and I put mine on the top hole just because I wanted them to be full time and that's what made it lift the back an 1 1/4". My stock springs have also been sprung by towing a trailer that was over 26,000# off the bumper like a dummy!! Had all the power in the world to pull it just not the springs!

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Old 05-22-2014, 09:05 AM   #12
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Ahh yes, that would do it! LOL
I am sure My truck being an 08 with 150K on it needed them as well, never tried towing the new 5th without them. Even with them I can feel a little more sag than I would like, still need to get more weight off of my pin.

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