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Old 03-28-2019, 07:30 PM   #1
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Deaver Front Spring pack

Im wondering*if anyone has tried the deaver spring pack on the front of there*kodiak or topkicks.* It changes the 2 leaf stock pack to a 9 spring pack.* im guessing progressive rate. From what ive read its a dramatic improvement in*ride quality. the front air ride systems place the bag near the shackle making them ineffective. There pricey so just checking to see if there is anyone*here using them.*

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45ft 2007 Teton Reliance Experience XT-4
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Old 03-29-2019, 10:38 AM   #2
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I used to work in an off road shop where we installed their spring packs on the common 3/4 and 1 ton trucks that had the same 2 leaf OEM spring pack. It was a very noticeable improvement. We would also install new shocks. Might ask them their shock preference as well.

The multi leaf packs achieve ride height with a much flatter leaf pack by adding more leafs. Thin leafs flex/react to the road quicker and with less force than a thick leaf.

I think you are taking a step in the right direction but I have not done a install on your specific chassis.
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