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BRING DA AMBALAMPS
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I've had about 600lbs or so sitting in the bed for 3 days and it'll be another day before I unload it. It's squatting in the rear so I was curious if that enough weight and time to stretch the leafs permanently? I wouldn't think so but just wanted to check.
 

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I've had about 600lbs or so sitting in the bed for 3 days and it'll be another day before I unload it. It's squatting in the rear so I was curious if that enough weight and time to stretch the leafs permanently? I wouldn't think so but just wanted to check.
No I had my spare 6.0 in the bed of my truck for three weeks and it poped right up when I took it out. I wouldnt worry about it unless your springs are already worn out.
 

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on a truck as new as yours... i wouldn't worry about it.

my dad will put 1/2 ton or more granit in the bed of his truck(01) for plowing in the winter time. and once it's all unloaded it sits at the same height as before the 5'r was parked for the winter.
 
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