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Old 10-01-2013, 06:50 PM
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F350 leaf springs

So have a 03 f350 and have a broken rear main leaf spring. I've searched around can't find anything.i found some springs and shocks on Craigslist
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They come from an 2011 f350 stock. Will they work on mine? It's an awesome deal just don't know if it would work.
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Old 10-01-2013, 07:04 PM
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So have a 03 f350 and have a broken rear main leaf spring. I've searched around can't find anything.i found some springs and shocks on Craigslist
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They come from an 2011 f350 stock. Will they work on mine? It's an awesome deal just don't know if it would work.
Thank you
No, the 2008 and newer trucks have different leaf springs.
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Old 10-02-2013, 03:36 PM
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Ok thanks a lot! Another question entirely different. Highway speeds at 80kms I get a medium shake but only when I apply the gas to maintain speed and when I give it a lot more it goes away somewhat. Is this bad injectors or FICM? I just had 3 replaced and new FICM from previous owner. If I coast it goes away. I'm hoping it's just bad ballpoint cause I do need to replace them but I have a feeling it's more.
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Old 10-03-2013, 05:32 AM
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Ok thanks a lot! Another question entirely different. Highway speeds at 80kms I get a medium shake but only when I apply the gas to maintain speed and when I give it a lot more it goes away somewhat. Is this bad injectors or FICM? I just had 3 replaced and new FICM from previous owner. If I coast it goes away. I'm hoping it's just bad ballpoint cause I do need to replace them but I have a feeling it's more.
What you are describing sounds drivetrain or chasis related, more so than engine related. Check u-joints, carrier bearing, ball joints, track arm bushings, tires, etc.
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