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Join Date: Mar 2010
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First off, I'm not interested in lifting my truck because I like the ride height stock and most of all, I don't want to loose mileage. I realize that with the stock height, there isn't much room between the front axle and the bump stop and this really limits off road performance. With all this in mind, I could tolerate the 2.5 inch lift in the front if I have to.
The main thing I'm trying to get out of my truck is a good ride on concrete highways, rough asphalt, and washboard dirt road. I want to do this WITHOUT lowering tire pressure. Is this possible?
I don't see how I can get a better ride without replacing the rear springs with softer ones. How does a carli suspension on an F350 compare with stock suspension on a half-ton tuck?
2011 F350 4X4 CCSB SRW, King Ranch, 3.55, Mini Maxx, 4 inch exhaust, egr gone, Confederate Diesel turbo kit with a S363 and 0.91 twin scroll turbine housing, and stock air filter.