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im planning getting an ARB bull bar bumper and was wondering what i should do to the front suspension to keep it from sagging? i have a stock TRD..thanks for the help
 

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I would guess that if you wanted to keep the suspension stock you could just add a 1" spacer to the front to help with the additional weight. I would say go ahead and put a lift on it all the way around but that's up to you totally.
 

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after having the arb on my truck for over a year, it weighed the front down. I have SAW's with the 675# springs loaded on them. I had the 650# springs originally, but it sagged those too. Get some new springs as they will get worked and sag eventually. have fun!
 

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03trdblack said:
I would guess that if you wanted to keep the suspension stock you could just add a 1" spacer to the front to help with the additional weight. I would say go ahead and put a lift on it all the way around but that's up to you totally.
well in the next year im going to go with a 6" fabtech lift so i dont really want to spend money on a lift when i will be getting a other one later.
 

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J-Man said:
after having the arb on my truck for over a year, it weighed the front down. I have SAW's with the 675# springs loaded on them. I had the 650# springs originally, but it sagged those too. Get some new springs as they will get worked and sag eventually. have fun!
how are the 675# SAW'S handling the weight?
 
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