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TorkLift StableLoad Vs. Timbren for 2020 Ford F-350 Super Duty


Hi, I would like your recommendation and opinion in which would work better to reduce sag between the Torklift Stableloads and the Timbren jounce springs. Handling isn't terrible but my main concern is rear sag and bottoming out. The more I read, the more confused I am so please help!


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I talked to some of our guys down in our installation bays and based on the feedback I received, I definitely recommend the Timbren Suspension Enhancement System # TFR350SDJ for your 2020 Ford F-350 Super Duty.

The TorkLift StableLoad # TLA7310S work by engaging your factory lower overload springs earlier than they would otherwise, which minimize sway and assist you when hauling heavy loads. However, disengaging this system requires you to get under the truck and use a rachet (not included) to pivot the wedge in our out.

In addition to providing you with a better ride quality by absorbing road shock and reducing body roll, the Timbren # TFR350SDJ (confirmed to fit your 2020 Ford F-350 Super Duty) will also greatly reduce that rear end sag you were talking about - this is something the StableLoads simply won't help with. Timbrens work by replacing your factory bump stops, which are significantly shorter than the Timbren jounce springs, preventing your truck from bottoming out. The other great thing about the Timbrens is that they won't affect your ride when there's no heavy load. They only engage when the weight is there to compress them.

For all these reasons, the Timbrens are a much better option for you than the TorkLift StableLoads.

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