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Damn that was easy. Under an hour in the drive. I wish I knew about these a long time ago. I go up a VEY BAD washboard road during hunting season with my Grizzly 700 in the bed. Bet it won't be as bad now.

Got them to help sag and improve ride when towing my toy hauler I just bought. 8k lb GVWR and I expect about 950 tongue weight. I had measurements before and will see how it is next time I hitch it up.

FYI went with the 1500 lb set.


One thing I did notice was the center bolt heads were missing. I could feel the bolt in there though. How big of an issue is this if the spings are tight? Any was to pull them up and install new nuts without removing the springs?
 

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SUPER happy with mine also , the black #1500 set ( i think )

Great for my temporary hauling of firewood . I didnt want to sag or ruin the oem leafsprings . Very stable feeling but not harsh loaded .
Still have 98% of the OEM ride quality un loaded .
 
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