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'94 f250 hd with 2.5cy of sand...need timbrens?

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by cgillispn, Oct 18, 2004.

  1. cgillispn

    cgillispn Member
    Messages: 38

    I just got a '94 f250 hd over the summer and also go a 2.5 yard sander to put in it (2 yard with homemade extensions) and it is stainless steel so that saves a little weight, how much is the truck going to sag? I know that it will be over the GVW. I was thinking maybe some timbrens, will they be necessary?
  2. beverlylawncare

    beverlylawncare Member
    Messages: 78

    Is the stainless actually lighter than the regular? Not sure there... Have you considered swapping out with 350 springs? I had a Chevy 1500 a few years back that the 3500 springs bolted right up there. That may prove to be stiffer than timbrens. I've had timbrens on fronts of two trucks, but never tried a pair on the rear. Just my two cents worth...