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I've got a '04 3500, gas 6.0, DRW, 4WD that I've been using a 8.5 Western Pro Plus in the past. It sags a little in the front. Got a heck of a deal on a MVP3 stainless 8.6 that I plan on putting on it. I figure I need to put stiffer coil springs on the front but the way I read this from rock auto they say RWD only? Would you all go this route or put a set of Timbrens on it?

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Timbrens are a scam...
 
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That is true.... Didn't realize that. Might be hard to put coils on there!
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I would look at the give sticker and see which front end you have there are three available for your truck 4800,5600,and6000 if you have the 48 you would not carry that plow the 56 maybe and th 60 definitely on the 56 and 60 just dial up on the torsion keys good luck
 

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Not sure but your local dealership should be able to give you that answer if not call gm customer assistance I have received some great assistance over the years when I was not satisfied with dealer responses
 
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