Thanks for the tip...I just clicked on the "contact" tab at TruckToyz as your response notification email came through on the phone. It seems to not be connected anymore.
I've had good service from Nate at PTP, I'll shoot him an email.
Would it be worth it to measure the wheel wells to ground distances all around? Also, would air bags filled with 10 psi feel any softer than the timbrens?
Thanks. I'd like to get stuff ordered up and installed int he next 2 weeks.
I can tell you how to improve the ride quality with these trucks. I took my spring pack apart and cut a peice of 3/8 steel plate the size of the factory shims betwwen the leafs and placed it between the overload and lowest leaf. With this arrangement the spring pack has around 3" of travel before it engages the overload.
I can tell you it rides beautiful, it floats through rough roads now and there is suspension travel as smooth if not smoother than my wifes 02 Tahoe. I do not tow heavy but I do pull a 4 quad trailer that loaded weighs around 4500 lbs. It does as good as before, it squats maybe another inch but the ride is great.
Air bags would most certaintly give the load capacity higher then the factory rating if wanted.
For me it is awesome, I am empty 99% of the time and along with I-Con progressive springs in the front truck rides like a station wagon.
Again the shocks are Rancho 9000XLS and the ride is extremely adjustable. Only way to go as far as I am concerned.
I posted up pictures of the spring mod a few weeks ago. Something like( How to get a softer ride in these trucks)
There is my $2.00 Dollars worth.......
2006 F250 LARIAT CCSB 4X4: Edge CS2, ARP Studs, O-Ringed Heads, X4 PHP 65 HP Custom Tow Tune, Atlas40 Ficm Tune, CAT EC-1 Coolant, IPR Coolant filter, Fass-125, turbo-back SS 4" pipe, Corsa muffler, 6.4 Banjo's, 6.4 starter,DC Power 270 amp alt, 2/0 cables, Die Hard Platinum AGM, 7" lift w: Icon Progressive Coil Springs, 2008^ Carli/Deaver rear springs on fatty-daddy 38/15.50/18 Toyo's