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well i have been wanting some for a while and i finally went and bought them. here are the pics from the install that took all of 30 minutes.



this is what came in the box: two timbrens, two mounting brackets, and two bolts.



this is the timbrens attached to the brackets



as you can tell there is a great difference compared to the stock bump stops and the timbrens.



this is the timbrens installed on the truck... the only thing that i found about them so far is that they picked the rear of the truck up a few inches and made it ride ruffer... i think they just need to break in a little.. if there is someone else out there that has them some input on how they do unloaded would be appreciated..
 

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hmm ... I only have them on the front for carrying the plow but they are set up so there is about 1/2" gap (or so)between them and the axle unloaded ... I don't notice any ride difference unloaded but they help tremendously with the weight of the plow over rough terrain ... the steets I mean. Work great like this.
Seems odd they are actually lifting your truck a few inches empty no? Looks like you won't have much travel left in the rear that's for sure ... must be harsh loaded up.
 

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You coould possibly have the wrong ones. There should be a gap of about 3/4 to 1" between the timbren and the axle. That set is different than the one I have.
 

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yea. let me go take a couple.
 

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Hope these help. Truckspring.com shows the number DR2500CA is the correct one.
 

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