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Yea you need to get some new overload leafs under it before you put any heavy load in the truck or you will permanently damage the spring pack.
I know why he did it; to improve the ride quality. You will surely notice a much stiffer ride once the overloads are replaced. I put a 1/4 shim plate on top of my overload leaf to give me 2-1/2 free movement before the overload comes into play. But cutting them off is crazy.
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