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getting ready to haul, need advise on my lifted fat bottom
Here's my deal:
I am getting ready to hotshot but my truck is currently lifted 4"s with 315's. Technically 4" up front and 3" over stock in the rear, came with 2" rear blocks, not the 4" that the older trucks came with.
I plan to haul anything I can and also plan to get and use a gooseneck most of the time. I'm going to start with a 40' GN but will be setup to haul anything that can be towed as well.
My main concern is, should I put my truck back to stock height and tires or will I be ok how it currently is? I also thought about dropping down to just 285s but my 315's are still like new.
I imagine no matter what, I should also get air bags or something as well to be safe. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Being that this will be how I get my paychecks, fuel mileage is more important now. My truck has 410 gears and I originally got the 315's to offset the gears along with looks.
Thanks for any input
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03 F350 7.3L Auto CC LB Dually 410's (LS Rear)315's
PHP/Beans tuned, 250/100 FF inj's, BTS Tranny, Strictly Diesel complete fuel system w/RR & FB Delete, Pius LASB from Irate, Swamps hvhf IDM
Autometer Nexus Guages (TT,FP,BP,EGT), 4"MBRP, DieselSite Coolant filtration system/billet housing/HP X-Over line, Baldwin PA2818(6637) RR Boots, 26 row 6.0 Tranny & PS Cooler, LarryB's Denso Starter
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