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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 83suburbman, Nov 1, 2005.
It's just that I have read that they suck do they?
Not crappy, just stiff. I don't have to run bump stops or limiting straps because my Pro-Comp springs are so thick they do all the work themselves.
If they're in there and you don't mind the ride, save yourself a lot of time and money and leave them alone.
I second the above.
I had some too, and thought they were too stiff so I swapped them for superlift.
If I were to apply this Pro Comp formula..........then it would be like a really 3rd rate stiff shock..........doesn't really perform.......very little performance there
(Made in India)
Huh? If you're saying what I think you're saying, they're stiff leaf springs, they hold the truck up therefore they perform, if he doesn't mind the ride, it's not worth swapping them out. I don't like the ride of mine, so I'll be removing them...or am I missing your point?
Mine are awesome on pavement . They flex really well off pavement , considering I have the clamps in place . They just ride too stiff in dirt for older dudes who have ridden in my truck
WAIT A MINUTE !!! WTF !!!???
Just because i like the Cadillac ride now,,,,
i have some Rough Country "EZ Rides" they road alot rougher than stock,( didn't expect them to be the same though) i just took out the second from the bottom leaf and it made a big improvement in the ride quality.
Still rides firm, not squishy, but not as harsh when you hit smaller bumps or speed bumps and such.
just an idea to maybe try out.
thanks. I don't do a lot wheeling yet. so they seem fine to me. BUT I plan to when that 14 bolt & 44 go in and I dont see moma let'n me buy another set of (NEW SPRING'S!).
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