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On my door jamb, under SPR it reads 11CC.

So I have the stiffest t-bars, what about my leaf packs?
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Yes, those are the highest rates available front and rear. Every LII that I've seen is 1C or 11CC (means the same thing, just a different notation convention in different years).
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Yes, those are the highest rates available front and rear. Every LII that I've seen is 1C or 11CC (means the same thing, just a different notation convention in different years).


Thanks, that's what confused me, because everyone else said like "1C" or something else with two digits.
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