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  1. Truck & Equipment Repair
    Hey guys new to the site just want to go ahead and thank everyone in advance. So I'm getting my 2010 gmc sierra 1500 ready to plow, I've installed all terrain tires also installed a 2 inch motofab leveling kit and I purchased TIMBREN #GMFK15CA suspension kit for the front. The leveling kit...
  2. Ford Trucks
    I just put a ultra mount on a 93 F-350 and hooked up 8' pro straight blade and it sunk the front end down a lot, I have about 4-5 inches of ground clearance from the bottom of the ultra mount... what's my best option here? HD leaf springs? Timbrens? air bags? bigger tires? Thanks,
  3. Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum
    I have a set of brand new Timbrens GMFK25S for the front of a 1999-2009 K2500HD truck. Here is the story. I had these on my 2006 Duramax last few years and when I went to take them out at the end of the plowing season the bushing came out of the rubber. I called up Timbrens (they have a lifetime...
  4. Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum
    I have a used set of GMR CK25S Rear Timbrens for sale! They are only a couple years old. Took them out of my truck when I traded it in and have no use for them anymore. These are in perfect shape and I will include the original box and all paperwork with the sale. These are once again for the...
  5. Ford Trucks
    I have been talking to my local boss dealer and they are recommending a load support system for my f 150. They sell both Timbrens and Truxxx. But they have said that they think that truxxx is better. Any advice? Is one better? Or are they basically equal except for price?
  6. Ford Trucks
    I have been reading several threads about Timbrens and other options for load supports on trucks. 2 Questions. 1. Is it needed? 2. What is best/most cost effective?
  7. Truck & Equipment Repair
    Have a 2004 f350 6.0l diesel w/out snow prep package. My factory front end weight is around 4700lb/4800lb rating. I will be putting on an 8ft boss plow which is around 700lbs i'm guessing and wanted to beef up my front end a bit and prevent sag. Any suggestions/opinions would be greatly...
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