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Old 04-13-2010, 01:39 PM
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Rize leaf springs ??

Anybody have them my question is Rize states they are for 6"or 8" lift. Rize told me no block for 6" and factory block for 8". Reason I ask does anybody now the true measurement for them I'm installing them soon and trying to fiqure out how much block to add to get around 10". Do I put a 2" block or 4" blockjust trying to find some feed back to save my self some work instead of trying every size block. thanks
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Old 04-13-2010, 04:05 PM
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I asked rize the same thing they said no block for the 6" so for 10"s you should need a 4" block those springs are in a very gray area noone know's much about them hope it works out for ya! They did say you will lose payload cap. with them but you probably don't haul much up in the clouds!
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Old 04-14-2010, 05:48 PM
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Well an update I installed the spings today. Man what a job for one person to do. A little info for anybody changeing out your springs HEAT UP THE FRONT NUT to remove it, I spent like an hour and a half busting my balls trying to remove that one bolt. After talking to someone I heated it up and blam came right off just fyi if someone going to remove there springs. Now back to the topic I installed the Rize springs they are 6" and a 4" block turned out great. I'm going to post some updated pic when I get the Leer xq cap installed
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Yeah post some pics. How do they ride? And I was going to suggest these.
10" 08-09 Ford Super Duty F250/F350 Atlas Leaf Springs - Top Gun Customz
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Old 04-14-2010, 06:02 PM
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Yeah post some pics. How do they ride? And I was going to suggest these.
10" 08-09 Ford Super Duty F250/F350 Atlas Leaf Springs - Top Gun Customz
Well on the ride home only put about 10 miles on them so far but they seem to ride pretty good they are smooth. I got a killer deal on them 380.00 shipped I could not pass that up. A memeber on hear posted them for sale I jumped on them quick they are brand new.
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Well on the ride home only put about 10 miles on them so far but they seem to ride pretty good they are smooth. I got a killer deal on them 380.00 shipped I could not pass that up. A memeber on hear posted them for sale I jumped on them quick they are brand new.
That is damn good price.
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