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Old 08-07-2011, 08:26 PM   #1
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TSB saggy leafs

Is this normal for my rear leaf pack to be sagged negative like this? I have had the rear "harsh ride" TSB for about 400 miles so far... only towed a small trailer a few times...





any help is much appreciated!!!
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Old 08-07-2011, 08:28 PM   #2
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Is this normal for my rear leaf pack to be sagged negative like this? I have had the rear "harsh ride" TSB for about 400 miles so far... only towed a small trailer a few times...





any help is much appreciated!!!
Definitely should not be resting on the overload leaf like that.
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Pretty much what my 4 leaf pack looked like after hauling my toolbox around for about 5 months .

The TSB or 4 leaf pack sucks
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Definitely should not be resting on the overload leaf like that.
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Pretty much what my 4 leaf pack looked like after hauling my toolbox around for about 5 months .

The TSB or 4 leaf pack sucks

Thanks! might just live with it until i LT my truck next tax season.
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I know this thread is old, but mine look just like that. I had the TSB done 3 weeks ago and all I have done is tow a 3,000 lbs boat/trailer 150 miles. Did you do go to the dealer and have any luck or just get some aftermarket leafs?
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I know this thread is old, but mine look just like that. I had the TSB done 3 weeks ago and all I have done is tow a 3,000 lbs boat/trailer 150 miles. Did you do go to the dealer and have any luck or just get some aftermarket leafs?
I just said the hell with it. I'll live with it for now. Eventually it is going to be upgraded to aftermarket better packs. The dealership will only replace them with exactly the same parts.
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