What is the kit called to add extra lift to the back of the truck to keep the rear end from squatting so bad. I had the trailer attached and 2 55 gallon dums of SH in the back yesterday doing a huge job and my rear end was almost touching the tires. I drive a 2010 F150.
Airbag suspension? That’s what I put on all my trucks
Are you legally allowed to pull that much sh?
You could use Timbrens or Sumo Springs
I’ve had great success with my Hellwig helper springs! Took about an hour to install and I can carry a yard of dirt without coming close to bottoming out.
I think the sumosprings are quiter though (I get a slight squeak when I’m loaded down, and a short rattle when I’m unloaded and going over potholes)
I use Timbrens. No part failures and factory ride stays the same when unloaded
Good call on the ride difference, the helper springs definitely stiffen up the rear end on mine
That’s what I’m going with. I’m also wanting to put a dually kit on my. It doesn’t increase my towing capacity. my truck is rated at 10k lbs but the stability is better.
Helper spring or air bags. I like air bags because you can adjust based on your load
Ya thats them in the first link roofer. I couldnt think of what they were called and seems easy to install.
Are the airbags hard to install? Im certain i can put in the timbrens but ive never thought about the airbags.
I think 2 drums is the max a can carry. Im not 100 % sure. I need to ask next time.
Drivers side is hardest. One hour. Passenger side will take 30 minutes.
I heard but don’t know, thought it was either 50 or 100 gallons max without some kind of kincense and insurance
1000lbs 100 gallons give or take
You can carry 113 gallons without it having a placard or permit
Remember, 1 gallon of bleach in 112 gallons of water is 113 gallons of bleach
They told me i coukd carry any amount of sh as long at it was mixed and in another container. Ive never looked up the law.
Thanks for the help everyone!