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multi leaf or tapered springs for 96 cl dump?


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Thanks Milkman you should know the deal having both,looking to get rid of the bounce like when you hit a dip in the road and front end feels like it wants to launch into outer space,lol

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Sounds like some good info there. As far as on CV Granites I had the multileaf 18k and several friends had the taper leaf 18k, the taper leafs were bad about breaking a leaf on the right side my mutlileaf never had an issue. However in a Granite there was a big rid quality difference from taper to multi in the 18k rating.

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Sounds like some good info there. As far as on CV Granites I had the multileaf 18k and several friends had the taper leaf 18k, the taper leafs were bad about breaking a leaf on the right side my mutlileaf never had an issue. However in a Granite there was a big rid quality difference from taper to multi in the 18k rating.

Thanks for the info,are the Granites dump trucks and they are axle forward right,the cl with axle back probably has more bounce than the forward i would think
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Yep CV Granites, set forward, heavy axles, tri axle dumps. The CL has longer springs too so the ride quality should be a little better either way.

"Any Society that would give up a little LIBERTY to gain a little SECURITY will Deserve Neither and LOSE BOTH" -Benjamin Franklin

"If your gonna be STUPID, you gotta be TOUGH"

"You cant always get what you want, but if you try sometimes you get what you need"

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Yep CV Granites, set forward, heavy axles, tri axle dumps. The CL has longer springs too so the ride quality should be a little better either way.

Well it rides awesome on a smooth road but they are few and far between here on long Island,lol guess were not paying enough taxes for nice smooth roads..
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