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I have done a search but I didn't find an answer for my question which is, If I crank up the front tortion will it help eliminate the bucking while towing? I hate to give up the ride but I hate the bucking even more. :help2:

On edit it may be more of a bounce but anyway it's the back end that does it not the front.
 

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Sounds similar to what I posted in the 3500 truck section.
 

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does it seem that the front is mushy when unloaded? If so, a little crank of 4-5 turns should help out some. As long as the trailer is weighted right, (tounge or pin weight) it should help some. Getting rid of the stock shocks will help ride a little too, but I doubt it will help with the bucking.
 

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does it seem that the front is mushy when unloaded? If so, a little crank of 4-5 turns should help out some. As long as the trailer is weighted right, (tounge or pin weight) it should help some. Getting rid of the stock shocks will help ride a little too, but I doubt it will help with the bucking.
Front doesn't feel mushy unloaded and everything is good with the weight.
 

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Yeah, I thought yours was doing what my friend's is doing...his feels like the front floats when unloaded. Mine did that some before I had the torsions cranked about 3/4" higher. Wish I could of been more help. Hopefully you get it figured out.
 

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Check out some of my old posts...I have leveled my 06 and thought that's what caused it...
 
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