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Old 09-10-2015, 06:10 PM   #21
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2850. SRW will, but that is a lot of stress on the SRW IMHO. I have a dually and would have nothing less with the weight. A blow out of a TV tire would be a tough situation and why I like having 4 under my load.

Spring packages are the same, but the axles and tires(4) are where you are beefed up.

Also I have Firestone Ride Rites to level the truck.


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Old 09-10-2015, 07:42 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by mecha geek View Post
What kind of pin weights can be expected with 375BFHS? Can a 350/3500 SRW handle it?
I have a 2014 F350 CCSB SRW and I was a little worried at first before I got my unit of having to maybe add airbags but once we picked it up for delivery it sat completely level and we towed it 3 hours home and it towed so much better than our 35' Eagle TT.

We just traveled 4 1/2 hours to the beach today and it was great. Averaging 14.5 miles per gallon too which I am ver happy with. My truck is my daily driver which I put 65-70 miles per day M-F so driving a dually everyday would not be favorable for me and it may not fit in my garage. Now if we were full timers then I would choose a 350 or 450 dually. Also I always put the BFG's all terrain TA's on my truck which have a 3 ply sidewall and have never had a problem with the tires.

Dry pin weight on our unit was right around 2650.


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