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Softest riding 6" Leafpacks?

Who has a 6" lifted truck that actually enjoys their ride quality???

Looking for opinions on the smoothest riding front leafpack available for our trucks.

Ive had 2 lifted Superduties and both rode like an e'ffin tank.
-8" Rough Country
-6" ProComp

Im looking at lifting my newest addition eventually but wanted to see what experiences you guys had. Im not into coilover conversions cause of the coin they require and I like how stout leaves are in the long run. Going to do a custom traction block in rear so I will retain the factory rear leaves too.

I know I cant expect a plush ride so Ill settle for reasonable. I know theres something better that I've had out there.

99 F-250 SC/SB 7.3 6 Speed (Current)
-4" MBRP/K&N Intake/6 Gun & TS 6 Pos Chip/Custom bed

99 F-250 RC/LB (V8 Gasser) 6" lift 37's (Sold)
99 F-250 SC/LB V10 ZF5 8" lift 42" TSL's (rolled/gone)
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