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Can I add Timbren Rear Suspension System?

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Old 03-26-2015, 04:05 PM   #1
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Question Can I add Timbren Rear Suspension System?

Hey guys, hows it going. I have a 2010 F150 Supercrew 5.5 box. I tow very frequently and have bed loaded a lot. I have already installed the Super Springs add a leaf and love them. They help out tremendously and keep the ride smooth. I am looking to firm the rear end just a tad more. I recently seen a thread on the Timbren system. Can I add this to my truck with the super springs that I have installed. I have the supersprings set so that the rear is raised 3/4"-1" because I have the bilsteins installed in the front set on 2" setting (I don't like the nose raised look). So can they be added to my current set up? Thanks
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Yes I had them on my 05 5'5" bed and I have them on my 14 and they are great. I wouldn't tow without them.
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