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Old 08-07-2008, 02:40 PM
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question= this will be my second pull , there are really no rules, you drove it you pull it , i have a 04 f350 psd xcab auto , sct , intake , exhaust, running 30-32psi boost, 285 firestone mud terrains 35psi frt, , 45 psi rr, i have acess to a concrete slab 4'x7'x4" that will fit perfectly in the bed it just rests the truck on the rear half of the overload spring , i dont have time to fab a front hanger for weight should i use the slab in the bed or go no weight? last year i took 2nd to a dually dump truck and beat out a dually dodge, thanks sorry so long
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Old 08-07-2008, 02:56 PM
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No the sled gives you enough weight. Go front only unless your a lot lighter overall then the others
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if you cant weight the front id go without. With that much weight on just the rear axle you are gonna squat like mad as the sled comes up and you aren't gonna have any weight on the front.
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