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Old 06-16-2009, 06:00 PM
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rough country??

is any body running the 4 inch kit on there 99-04 superduty if so how do the front springs ride? looking for springs to run with my rsk
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Old 06-16-2009, 06:11 PM
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Old 06-16-2009, 06:20 PM
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They are cheap, and not all springs are created equal..... i wouldnt recommend them, but at the same time I have to refer back to my first statement... they are cheap
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They are cheap, and not all springs are created equal..... i wouldnt recommend them, but at the same time I have to refer back to my first statement... they are cheap
yea i just gotta get some springs for my rsk my springs are cracked and ride like total a$$ i dont think my front shocks have ever been used it rides so stiff
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Old 06-16-2009, 06:34 PM
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if you had the money, and you wanted the best ride period, I would tell you all day long to get the deaver springs... but they are expensive...LOL
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I have no experience but ive herd that rough countrys newer products have improved alot quality wise
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Old 06-16-2009, 06:41 PM
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if you had the money, and you wanted the best ride period, I would tell you all day long to get the deaver springs... but they are expensive...LOL
yea at this point any spring that gives a little bit i will be very happy! my truck rides so rought if i hit a bump two hard my rear view mirror ripes off so i just dont have one i got tired of gluing it back on
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I would get the deavers. My cousin had a 6" on his 03 with Piggyback Kings and it jumped and rode nice. Yes it caught air often.
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I would get the deavers. My cousin had a 6" on his 03 with Piggyback Kings and it jumped and rode nice. Yes it caught air often.
i wish i could afford them i would!
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i wish i could afford them i would!
Just save up and wait or search craigslist.
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