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Old 08-01-2013, 08:46 PM
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Just keep in mind they are LEVELING bags. They will help level the load. Does not increase payload, etc. If you put 1000lb in the bed and fill the bags you should have little squat. They won't allow you to put 3,000lb in the bed and no squat. They are good for what they are, and very inexpensive and easy to install and use. I'm using a different kit on my ram with ~1" drop, and I put 2,250lb in the bed of my truck this week and filled the bags(after the load was in, which is not correct procedure), and it squatted ALOT but handled the load pretty good all things considered.

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