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I'm not jumping off the start as fast as I want to and my rear end is wanting to lift up when I take off what should I do?

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In my experiences over the years a pick up isnt the best body to drag race with but u may be able to put an extra leaf in the springs to stabilize the rear of the truck. Its either that or put weight in the bed and i really dont think u would want that.

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