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Late build 04 250 leaf pack ?????

Its time to replace my front and rear leaf springs, Now the question I have asked everyone at ford and other sites to determine what can I replace them with. I want a heavier pack, I plow with the truck and have a v box salter in the back, Does any one know what springs I can get for this truck, I want the most carrying capacity and dont care about the ride quality.

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Get X codes for the front they are Fords snow package spring. Rear I'd add Deaver rear mini spring packs..2.5" lift..we have them. If you have the top overload spring make a 2" block that you bolt on the the spring..will bring on the overloads quicker also less drop..PM me for details.

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Thanks for the quick reply, is their anything rated a bit more then the x springs, I want more then enough, and no sag or at least very very little

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Well..unless you want some 4" Icon lift springs..not that I know of.
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Ok, so I guess ill have to stick with the X code, for the back what you have is a add a leaf correct, how much capacity does that give me, and what is the highest rated spring pack I can get for the back, I want to way the options, pm me a price for what set up you can give me, and include approx shipping to 10970 NY

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The rear springs are not a add-a-leaf they are a mini spring pack that have 4 extra leafs that you add ontpo your pack. Deaver doesn't give a rating..just that it will raise the rear 2.5". Personal experience my guess is about 500lbs.

You could get Dually springs..or we can get you custom deavers built to whatever capasity you need.
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