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Old 02-14-2016, 05:43 PM   #1
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Does anyone have experience with this truck suspension mod? I have a Timberen unit and it is very harsh when the trailer is not hooked up. That means most of the time.

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They've been around a while and I've heard good things like solving axle wrap issues.

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I had Timbrens on my previous 350s--worked well. On my 450, no give, too harsh.
RAS could not fit my 450, no matter how hard the installer tried.
With a 2500 Suburban, I would think it would fit and work--and I think they have some sort of 'satisfaction' warranty?
If you try it, please report back the results.
Also, might want to consider a visit to a professional spring/axle shop with your concerns, they would have some idea what to do.
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