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Heavy Duty Spring Setup

Discussion in 'Used Plowing and Truck Equipment Forum' started by bcramblit, Sep 23, 2013.

  1. bcramblit

    bcramblit Member
    Messages: 35

    For a 1994-2012 Dodge Ram 2500/3500
    I have heavy duty front coils for the Dodge trucks.
    Part #1217 From Stengal Bros.
    These are rated at 1000lbs over stock, with about 2'' lift.

    I also have add a leaf for the rear leaf springs
    These raise the rear about 2 1/2'' by just slipping these leafs under yours.

    I have a 9'6'' Xtreme V with a 3/4'' X 8'' custom cutting edge, and deflector which makes the plow just under 1200lbs. I had 1400lbs of sand at the tailgate for ballast. These springs held that plow perfect. I could Baja across hard packed roads with no problem. It was a world of difference with these springs. I ran 4 years with the stock springs and this plow setup and I would cringe at every bump and rail crossing. I bought these and it was like a new truck. Except for the rust and all the problems that popped up at the end of the year. Then I parted out the truck and replaced it. So I have these for sale, and they were only used in the 2012/2013 season. Almost new!!
    (The truck was a 95' Cummins and made me lots of money! I miss it!)

    Both coils and both leafs for $250.00 +SH