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post #1 of 3 Old 03-18-2012, 07:01 AM Thread Starter
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Suspension in a bind?

I bought 3" lift hangers for my 2000 f550 from pmf. They said I didn't need an adjustable track bar but I could in no way get the stock bar back in without compressing the springs back down to stock ride height. I used a front end loader on my snow plow bracket if you need a laugh. When I got the old track bar back in my lift is only 2" now. I have ordered an adjustable track bar but now I need to know if I'm safe to drive the truck for a couple days. Thanks
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Whoaaa now! Easy there killer, we certainly never said you wouldnt need an adjustable trackbar. You purchased the item from us on ebay and asked us these 2 questions (our response was in red):

1. Are there any other modifications required to use these 3" hangers? I see other kits that have new cross members with them but am worried about my snow plow bracket being in the way. Thanks
No, there are no modifications needed with this kit. It is a bolt on kit.
2. Ok I'm ready to buy just one more question. You have this listed for as f250, it will fit the 350 also correct?
Yes, it will work with the 350 aswell!

Both times you asked us questions, we were quick to respond and we are always more than happy to assist customers in any way we can. All you had to do was pick up the phone or send an email and we would be happy to help. Please dont twist this into us misleading you.

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This was not at all pmf's fault I should have called them to get everything I needed. I don't know enough about suspension to brave this on my own! Sorry for any confusion
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