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Old 11-30-2012, 01:54 PM
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Did you reach out to TLC for this issue?
That is something I did not do.
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I have looked at many options, I still am interested in the TLC, but really looking forward to Arts review of his 25% coils, hope he chimes in with more feeling info about them.
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Just thought I'd toss this up here for you. After running around with them today I can say, at least to me, there is little to no change in the ride. I haven't had a chance to take a long drive on them yet but for an initial review I'd say there pretty good to go.

I have yet to actually test how strong they are but they are obviously better. I took a picture but it wasn't very good of how the truck is sitting now. The rear end is sitting up higher because it is no longer sagging under the load from my bed cover.

Tomorrow morning when I'm up and about fixing my badges I will get a better picture for you to see what I am talking about. For the cost I am impressed with what I got.

I don't know what your truck normally sees for weight but I am going to see about hitching up a car hauler up and see how much sag I have now. With my old springs it would level the truck/sag a bit more. Then when I loaded the jeep in I would be almost bottoming out. Pics tomorrow in the mod thread hopefully!
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Just thought I'd toss this up here for you. After running around with them today I can say, at least to me, there is little to no change in the ride. I haven't had a chance to take a long drive on them yet but for an initial review I'd say there pretty good to go.

I have yet to actually test how strong they are but they are obviously better. I took a picture but it wasn't very good of how the truck is sitting now. The rear end is sitting up higher because it is no longer sagging under the load from my bed cover.

Tomorrow morning when I'm up and about fixing my badges I will get a better picture for you to see what I am talking about. For the cost I am impressed with what I got.

I don't know what your truck normally sees for weight but I am going to see about hitching up a car hauler up and see how much sag I have now. With my old springs it would level the truck/sag a bit more. Then when I loaded the jeep in I would be almost bottoming out. Pics tomorrow in the mod thread hopefully!

Thanks Arth, appreciate the feedback, looking forward to those pics. Thanks again.
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asur i have seen a few other reviews on here about TLC as well that way you can compare them some more with other users vs. Arths TufTruck
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Thanks SnoylCC5, I been checking all over about these and I am picking up lots of info about the kits, the coils and the bags. Will let you know what I find.
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I have seen that. They ones for the ram mount to the axel, not the frame like in the vid.
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ok cool, so setup is reversed, pretty cool how the suspension gets so much help from the air bags under heavy driving.
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That is actually pretty cool.
Not sure if it works with lifted trucks though. I guess it would if brackets were fabbed up
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