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Two Sand Bags what a difference

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by ColoradoTaco, Oct 1, 2010.

  1. ColoradoTaco

    ColoradoTaco [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Ryan
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    I added two 50 pound sand bags to the back of the bed and WOW!!!!
    I thought it might help a little with the bouncing but everyhting changed. I can really feel the beast under the hood now, bouncing is gone, cornering feels smooth. Overall very pleased with this mod :cool:. Cheap too and little install time required.:rolleyes:
     
  2. shampoop

    shampoop Well-Known Member

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    i'm just about to do the exact same thing. it's retarded when you can't even move in 2wd because the road is wet and you're on a hill. Should help a lot at least until i get new tires.
     
  3. hgfontana

    hgfontana Well-Known Member

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    Before to by my Taco, I ask a co-worker about the truck, and he said "nice truck but bumpy ride". Then I bought my 2011 White Taco and I feel a “bumpy ride” specially in the freeway, so I decide to add 2 x 50 lb bag at the end secured to the back anchors…. What a difference in the ride!
     
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