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Thread: Helper springs

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    Helper springs

    I ordered some helper springs to allow me to carry some more weight in the truck,the last time i haul a half a yard of sand i messed up my tires ] The springs i bought were the gabriel rear spring assist shocks part number 43048 http://imageshack.com/a/img836/5259/pzuk.jpg http://imageshack.com/a/img838/5118/jftx.jpg . Once installed they raised the truck about 1 inch, compared the old shocks

    The next day in carried 1400lbs of tile 20 miles no rubbing at all


    i checked to see if there would any rubbing of the tires with the truck at a angle in the drive way, no issues

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    I run air shocks on Geronimo, so I can haul what ever I want in him
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    I use the same (air). I typically haul about 600-800 pounds of tools and materials for small jobs. I like being able to go back to my ride height when not hauling.

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    I thought about the air shocks but i wanted to try the helper shocks

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