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Old 09-12-2012, 04:22 PM
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Thank you bstc00. I look forward to your report on these. I too have been saving for the TufTruck HD coil part #TTC1210. I have also read good results with their lowering kit from some Ram owners here who run it and like the companies history in truck springs. I will say that TufTruck recommends running your springs with a constant load for a smoother ride. But if the stiff truck ride don't bother you, then by all means, go for it. I only tow below the 8000lb mark and stay close to payload capacity with my truck but would like the added 25% increase in spring capacity that TT offers to help keep the stance level under loads. I will also be adding Bilstein HD shocks for the rear as the stock shocks have poor rebound compared to the Bilsteins. $275 bucks (125 for TTC/150 for Bilsteins)compared to 600 bucks to the Total Load Control I can afford right now.
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