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Old 03-03-2014, 03:27 PM   #1
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Here is something I just discovered: I have a F-150 short bed 5' 6" with a PULL-RIGHT hitch # 3100. I also have the Firestone Air Springs which I run at 45-55 PSI of air pressure. If you have the same SET-UP, you should get under you truck, look at the air bags for a wear mark from the PUL-RITE frame kit. Look at the back of the air bags near the top "BELLOWS" part of the air bag. Mine has a 1/4" wide wear mark about 1/2" high where the bag is rubbing the rear frame kit bracket. I used a small hand grinder with a "metal CUT OFF" disk to remove about 1/4" of the "LOBE" or "EAR" from the frame kit bracket near the large bolt for the frame kit. If I had not discovered the wear
on the spring air bag or "BELLOWS" , I would have lost near $300.00 for another Firestone air spring kit.

Take a look at your set up if you are using the same. It may save you some $$$$$$$$
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