Bouncing Bed

Discussion in 'Ford F-250 and F-350 Suspension' started by ZuluBravoTango, Jun 26, 2012.

  1. ZuluBravoTango

    ZuluBravoTango Full Access Member

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    Wow. My last F250 bounced some at certain speeds, but the new to me truck bobbs up and down in the back from 65 to right about 76 MPH. Thankfully the speed limit is 75, so 80 is in the safe zone. Is the only fix some sand bags?
     
  2. Roush PSD Interceptor

    Roush PSD Interceptor Straight Piped Diesel Staff Member

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    What is this "bouncing bed" you speak of?
    :peace:
    I've never seen or experienced it on a SD F2fifty.
     
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    What???

    sent from the lake
     
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    sounds like maybe a tire is out of balance or you need new shocks on the rear
     
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    dood you got a broke belt in a tire
     
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    str8t six never enough

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    Both of my f150's did/do this. It didn't matter what tires or lift I had on them either. But mine does it around 40mph. But it doesn't do it all the time either, it's pretty random.
     
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    I've notIced other trucks doing the same on the highway. Odd I dO have a lift and fox shOcks...
     
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    Im gonna guess rear tires are out of balance. my truck does it now any speed on the highway. my tires are crappy and hard to balance
     

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