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Old 04-04-2013, 11:31 AM
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My brother drives an '02 dually 4x4 and it sits noticeably lower than my truck, probably 2-3 inches. They are both stock. I think duallies are built with shorter springs, not sure.
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Mike check that (springs) out some time if you don't mind

Sarge what idea have you been tossing around chum
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Ger,

Ive been tossing around the thoguth of trading/selling my 06 for a new(er) dually or doing a dually conversion on my current truck.

The link you posted looks like a good option but me being over ****, I worry about the stress that towing 13k, and the added weight of 2 extra wheels would do to the adapters as opposed to finding a good used Dually rear end, and putting the hubs on from FORD.

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that is a good point I bet a lot of people don't think about Sarge.
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OK Sarge, I hope you find what you need
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If you decide to switch to a dually, you can send that 6.0 my way and itll be in good hands
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Miles,

I dont think I can afford a new 1 with the 6.7, and I dont want a 6.4, just dont like them that much, and to pull the mileage out of it I would have to do everything Ive already done to mine.

But if your serious everything is for sale LOL. If I could do some research on the link Ger sent me that is robly the way Im gonna go, but then again I may look for a nice low mileage dually rear end with a 4.10 or 4.30 in it and do a gear swap up front, add the hubs buy some wheels and tires and drive the 06 til the doors fall off it.

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I just want your truck because of a few items in your signature
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your close enough we should meet up sometime so you can see it in person
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My truck is so quiet at times i forget its a diesel. Perhaps that will change when i get some times that arent loud, but right now its barely louder than my 5.4 was

then again, the exhaust exits like 25 feet behind me..

same thing with my uncles 2004 F550 reg cab 6.0, dump body. stock exhaust, its very quiet on the highway. but the tires are ridiculously loud on that too
You'll hear it with the tunes in it. They cackle more.
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Yes its quiet with the tunes too

whoops, in my original post that should be tires not times...
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Looking good Pike, you have room for more in there....WELCOME to FTE......
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Looking good Pike, you have room for more in there....WELCOME to FTE......
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