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Old 11-19-2012, 10:06 AM
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To All PowerStroke.Org Members

First, all of us at Pure Performance are proud to be a sponsor of Powerstroke.org. We feel it is a great place for those of us that are Super Duty Enthusiast!

We build alot of Super Duties here at Pure Performance so we see alot of various products or issues you may or may not deal with so we are opening up a general question thread here where we will do our best to help you out with your builds. We have much better knowledge of chassis and suspension than we do with power train so we would like to see the line of questioning limited to our area where we feel we can be helpful. For programming or power train, we would refer you to H & S as they are great people to deal with..

Sorry, we have limited knowledge on anything older than 2005 as most of us were practically in diapers so we will certainly be limited there.

We are here to help and do our best for the community..

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Old 11-19-2012, 10:15 AM
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My brother has your guys 8 inch on his 2011 dodge mega cab and hes getting some vibration out of the front driveshaft im assuming. Does the kit not come with a spacer for that to lengthen it. He bought the truck with the lift on it also.

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Old 11-19-2012, 10:19 AM
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Also i was looking at your 4 inch lift for my 2010 f 350 the basic 4 link conversion kit whats that cost with blistein 5100s. I was pretty impressed the way the dodge rode.

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Old 11-19-2012, 11:25 AM
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My brother has your guys 8 inch on his 2011 dodge mega cab and hes getting some vibration out of the front driveshaft im assuming. Does the kit not come with a spacer for that to lengthen it. He bought the truck with the lift on it also.

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Sir, how much caster is he running and did he or did he not install a t-case clocking ring?

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Old 11-19-2012, 11:28 AM
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Also i was looking at your 4 inch lift for my 2010 f 350 the basic 4 link conversion kit whats that cost with blistein 5100s. I was pretty impressed the way the dodge rode.

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Sir, for pricing information other than what is on our website, please refer to a dealer or a wholesaler. Both CT performance and 8 lug are on here.

For our basic 4" and 6" systems we will be offering radius arm drop bracket systems starting 1/1/2013 which will be much more cost effective than our current ones with full 4 link conversions... Give us a shout if you would like any further information regarding new and upcoming products for 2013...

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im running your 2.5" lift coils and adj track bar with blistein 5100s, it seems as tho my truck has too much rebound?? when i hit a bump the suspension takes the travel but then throws me off of it. i have 2005 suspension in my 97. what do u think would be the route cause of this. coils too stiff for the weight or incorrect valving of the shocks? shocks to seem to be a tad long and that may be the factor, just wondering?
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im running your 2.5" lift coils and adj track bar with blistein 5100s, it seems as tho my truck has too much rebound?? when i hit a bump the suspension takes the travel but then throws me off of it. i have 2005 suspension in my 97. what do u think would be the route cause of this. coils too stiff for the weight or incorrect valving of the shocks? shocks to seem to be a tad long and that may be the factor, just wondering?
It sounds like it is rebounding too fast so the shock does not have enough rebound to control the uptravel after a bump is hit! Does that sound correct?

We are not sure about your build in particular as we have never done it, but that is what it sounds like. Please help us get a better understanding of what exactly you are feeling.

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Not sure on the caster. And i did nit see the ring thats just a spacer correct to lengthen the driveshaft?

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It sounds like it is rebounding too fast so the shock does not have enough rebound to control the uptravel after a bump is hit! Does that sound correct?

We are not sure about your build in particular as we have never done it, but that is what it sounds like. Please help us get a better understanding of what exactly you are feeling.

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sounds right... who do i ask for when i call. might do that tomorrow
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Old 11-19-2012, 02:11 PM
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Just ask for me! Jeremy
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