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Who’s wheeling their Superduty

I’m wanting to work on my setup to flex but still need to fairly easily switch back to tow. Anyone been down this road?
I know it’s not a SD. Truth be told I looked pretty hard at doing that setup before getting my Ford. If I could of gotten a stick or a aisin I probably would have.
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You are going to give up one thing or another....then you have to spend the cash. What you want is not cheap.



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I believe Carli has a set of long travel air bags out there, they're not cheap I remember that much
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OK, thanks for the info. To show my ignorance, what is the problem with 3 nipples...
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Put lockers in the front and rear, then flex won't be as important.

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Iím wanting to work on my setup to flex but still need to fairly easily switch back to tow. Anyone been down this road?
I know itís not a SD. Truth be told I looked pretty hard at doing that setup before getting my Ford. If I could of gotten a stick or a aisin I probably would have.
4.5" Carli system with full Deavers and a set of their long travel bags is the best overall setup for what you are looking at doing.

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Not sure what year your truck is but both of these 17's are on 40's as is the one above:





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Here's my '11 with a 2.5" Carli setup with full Deaver leafs out back. I put together a custom air bag setup to work with the full leafs that still allows pretty much full flex:



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Nice!!! Love the pics keep them coming!
My trucks a 14. Lift is a 10in fab tech kit.
Deavers look like the way to go.
Did you guys have relocate extend any lines?
Is the factory rear locker good?
Are there any good sliders out or are you guys fabbing them?
Quick disconnects for swaybars or are even running them?
Thanks guys! You guys have some really nice rigs!
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A lot of unknowns as I bought it this way but I’m loving it so far. I say that as I’m elbow deep tearing the frt end apart for what I think is a hub bearing and fixing the frt driveshaft. As well a searching for rubber. Good gawd daymn 600 a pop is loot. lol
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