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Old 11-08-2011, 11:27 AM
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2009 F-350 Dually Rear Lift

Here's my first post since joining. Thanks in advance for all the exchanges of information I hope to have here. Looks like a great forum!

I have found front spring solutions for a mild lift (3" or so is the goal), but am having difficulty finding a way to lift the rear. I don't do blocks. And I'm unwilling to sacrifice load capacity or ride quality. I had something I liked on a Dodge for the similar application: K.O.R.E. had a supplement to the spring pack - if I recall correctly, I removed one stock leaf and added 2 or 3 of theirs. Ride was the same, and same or better load capacity. Any ideas? Thanks.

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Have you thought about a Traction Block setup? Its what a lot of people are running for rear lift now. It takes the blocks and a set of traction bars and ties them together. Maintains your factory ride, and at the same time reduces wheel hop. You can even have them built with brackets to incorporate a set of air bags too. Give Trevor at PMF a buzz. He will find out what you are looking to do and get you exactly what you need. His customer service is second to none!!

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