F250 Rear End Sag

I have some sag with a 2 yard Snowex spreader. What are my option? I have Timbrens on another F250 and still have sag. What about air bags? Will airbags be a problem when spreader is empty?
 

Mr.Markus

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If you are going to have air bags installed go to a reputable spring shop, see if they do airbags, and get your springs resprung while they have it.
If you are doing it yourself well that'll probably solve your sag...
 

nycpsd

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Dont know if this has change but the f250 rear blocks use to be around 1-7/8" tall vs the f350 blocks at 3-7/8" tall. If you want more capacity f350 with overload springs, more height no extra capacity change get taller rear blocks. If you want to deal with the air bags that's a personal choice nothing against that, Simplest taller blocks
 
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ElginEagle

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Air bags installed and next day had a salting event. Air bags 60psi. Went to the scales,front 4120,rear 3640 toal 7760. loaded a yard and a half salt. there was no sag and went back to scale. front 4100 rear 7100 total 11200.
2015 f250 supercab.10000 gvwr. I know i'm overweight on rear axles but tires are rated for 7500lbs
 

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