I traded in my 04 cc/sb/srw 1 ton with the 6.0 for a new 08 Dodge qc/lb/srw 1 ton with the 6.7 cummins. I use the truck mostly for towing a toung pull skid steer trailer and a GN toy hauler. The rear end of the Dodge seems to sag a little more than the ford did. It looks like the ford would transition to the over loads faster than the dodge does. Does anyone know if someone makes some spacers or thicker blocks to go on the overload bumpers so it will hit faster and maybe not sag so much. On a side note the Dodge drives way better, has way more low end power in reverse and foreward but so far the mpg is about the same as the F word if not a tad worse. Thanks for any help.