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Old 08-05-2014, 05:38 AM
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F-250 Rear sag TSB

Anyone have pix of the before and after or had this done?

A lot of people are saying that this is BS and only improves appearance and add another leaf would fix the issue but Ford doesn't want to do that so they put taller blocks in.

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I'd disagree with the appearance only part. As my truck is now it sits almost level, actuallly slightly nose high with the basic factory suspension, no plow package etc added. the slightes bit of weight.load in the bed or on trailer makes the bed sag and pulls the nose up. I went to my dealer with this TSB and got told to look at some air bags that they probably couldnt do anything for me... surprising to say the least since I've got a really good relationship with the service manger and they've always taken care of me.

Don't really get the Ford logic of taller blocks though.... I'd have to agree with the leafs, but i think the blocks would have less impact on the ride quality...??
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Old 08-05-2014, 06:54 AM
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I agree. I couldn't get my dealer to do anything either. My truck sits nose high with nothing in the bed. I ended up adding air bags. Now it's not an issue, but I had to spend $350 to fix it myself.


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I measured the rear blocks on mine, I think they're only 2" unless I'm measuring wrong... just measured the visible portion of the block... I think I'll end up adding something like the Readilift Stage III SST with 2." up front and 3" in the rear. I think it's just the 5" blocks in the back.
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