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Old 10-14-2010, 09:02 AM   #1
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I want to upgrade my spring plates... just curious what people are using.

I will probably going with RuffStuff but I as I said...I was just curious..

Im guessing it really doesn't matter.. just need beef!
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Guess it doesnt matter?
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I'm assuming by spring plates you are talking about the leaf spring u-bolt plates? Ruffstuff makes good stuff, and theirs are beef.

I, personally, used Ford Explorer spring plates with my 8.8. They were pretty beef too.
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Ah ok.. I just picked up a C8.25 and I figured while I was uprading to that axle..I can make the leaf spring u-bolt plates better as well.
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Try DPG Offroad. They make u bolt plates that double as a bumpstop. I think they're around 70 for just the plates.
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I'll give them a call as well and see.. I do need bumpstops... Mine are gone.
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