Also they send the front
and rear pairs of shocks without stating which part numbers are intended
for "Front" and "Back". (Tip the longer ones goes in
The last thing they leave
out is the fact that on the 11-leaf rear spring packs one of the spring
eyes the second leaf wraps around the eye (unlike your stock ones). This
eye with the wrap around second leaf should be located to the front spring
hanger (toward the front of the vehicle).
After installation of the
6° C Bushing the caster was still measured at -4° caster. I considered
their radius arm drop brackets but changed my mind after I went through
some U-Joints on the front drive shaft. I upgraded to Duffs heavy-duty
shaft because I replaced my back one about 2 years ago and I love it.
One thing I learned is
that your tires wear is very important. Recently I had my tires rotated
and one of the fronts had 1/8" less tread, I could barely handle the
truck at speeds over 50mph, changed it out and it was back to normal.
Overall, I think Duff has
the best system out there requiring the least amount of body hacking.