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Old 02-06-2014, 08:25 AM   #21
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Me using my Dakars yesterday

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Old 02-06-2014, 10:42 AM   #22
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If you never haul , Dakars aren't the way to go to get rear end lift
Thank you for letting me know, you've been quite helpful the last week or so.

I just got under my truck right now, the stock 3 leaf pack is flat, I don't really haul in the truck, but I do put dirtbikes in the back which gets to about 500lbs. I'm not looking to get more than 1.5" lift in the back, should I go with a progressive AAl from wheelers or something else?
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Thank you for letting me know, you've been quite helpful the last week or so.



I just got under my truck right now, the stock 3 leaf pack is flat, I don't really haul in the truck, but I do put dirtbikes in the back which gets to about 500lbs. I'm not looking to get more than 1.5" lift in the back, should I go with a progressive AAl from wheelers or something else?

Yeah , I would probably look at the 3 leaf AAL or the Wheelers HD pack with maybe a leaf removed
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Yeah , I would probably look at the 3 leaf AAL or the Wheelers HD pack with maybe a leaf removed
I went with the 3 leaf HD from Wheelers and it suits my needs perfectly. I put the dirtbikes and gear in the truck (just over 500 lbs) and it worked great, didnt sag much at all, didnt bottom out on bumps or potholes like the stock leafs. Really smooth.
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Glad I came across this thread this afternoon. I almost pulled the trigger on some Dakars earlier today when I ordered my Icons. I'm still on the fence between Dakars, Alcans, or driving down to deaver and having them put a custom leaf pack on. TacoBrah, how is your leaf setup riding?
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