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Old 11-12-2017, 09:57 AM   #1
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Timbrens for sale

I've recently purchased a new 2017 F-250 and these Timbrens won't fit on the new truck so I thought I'd try and sell 'em. They are fully assembled and will bolt right up without jacking up or removing the tire. I believe these will fit 2011-2016 Super Duties among others. The part # is FR250SDG and if you're interested, cross reference on the Timbren website for your application. Price is $150 shipped. PM me if interested or reply to thread. Thanks, Terry
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Old 11-16-2017, 05:34 PM   #2
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bump just in case someone may have missed this.
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Old 02-07-2018, 01:50 PM   #3
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Just did a little reading about these today. I am potentially interested in these, however, my primary question is will the addition of these affect the setup for my weight distributing hitch? I had Camping World install and setup the hitch, but I feel they could have leveled the truck a little bit more than they did. The technician claims he set it up 1" below level, but the rear of my truck squats quite a bit even with the WDH hooked up. Oh I have a '15 Ford F250 6.7 TD, I think this may make me feel a lot better about towing my '18 Jay Flight 33RBTS whose dry weight is 8600 lbs. I think there is a whole lot more hitch weight there than the 865 lbs advertised. Thank you!
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I forgot to ask, what setup you used these with and what kind of improvements you got out of them. Thanks again.
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Just took a quick peek under my truck to see where these would go, apparently this truck has a Firestone airbag system installed. Doesnít look to be in the best condition and several of the brackets are loose and appear bent. Hmmmm, I did not look under the truck when I bought it other than for signs of any leaks since it was 10 degrees out and snowing.
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Yeah after watching an installation video, pretty sure those are shot and probably negatively affecting my vehicle ride. I think I need to get those out of there ASAP.
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Old 02-07-2018, 05:55 PM   #7
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Just took a quick peek under my truck to see where these would go, apparently this truck has a Firestone airbag system installed. Doesnít look to be in the best condition and several of the brackets are loose and appear bent. Hmmmm, I did not look under the truck when I bought it other than for signs of any leaks since it was 10 degrees out and snowing.
This just reminded me I have a set of Firestone Airbags for my 2011 f250 6.7 in the garage. I never even opened the box they came in. Guess I should look into selling them.
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I have a set of timbrens on my F350. I pull a fifth wheel and it really improved the towing ride. They don't come into play when not towing.

I'm not sure about a TT.
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On the Timbrens web site it says they may work against each other if you pull a travel trailer and use a weight distribution hitch. Gotta look for the fine print to find it.
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On the Timbrens web site it says they may work against each other if you pull a travel trailer and use a weight distribution hitch. Gotta look for the fine print to find it.
Where did you find that? I am on their site and am having a hard time locating "the fine print".
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