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Old 11-26-2008, 03:15 PM
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How many leafs in a stock F 350 dually spring pack?

I have a 95 F350 cc dually 4x2 if any of that matters. I need to know how many leafs the rear spring packs should have. I bought this truck used and it has some added. I just need to know how many to take out. My truck currently has 9 including all of the overload springs and such. I took the utility bed off of the truck and just picked up my dually bed. No it has some serious Texas tilt. How many does yalls have? Thanks JJ
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My dads '01 F350 4x2 has 6 springs Idk if the are the same between obs and nbs though.
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Here is a pic of my factory spring it is the one on top this is not including the overload or spacer on top

hope it helps

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Thanks. That is exactlly what I needed to see. I have what you have in the top picture plus the overload, plus 4 additional leafs in the pack. She has quite a bit of Texas tilt. I went out and took a quick picture. I have a guy that is wanting to buy this truck. If he ends up getting it I will leave it alone for him because he is going to pull his gooseneck with it. If I end up keeping it I will drop it like yours is. Did you use drop spindles for the front?The only thing I would be pulling with this one would be a car hauling trailer with a 2800lb rock crawler on it. Here is a picture with what I am starting with. JJ
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I used 3" drop I-beams up front, and 4" hanger/shackle kit in the rear and another 1" takin out of the leaf springs personallt I still think it sits to high so I will drop it 2" in the front with coils and 3" in the rear with new springs and I will run helper bags over the axle!!!!

Could your truck have originally been a chassis cab they put alot of leafs in those springs from the factory!!!

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Thanks, when I bought the truck it had a pickup bed on it so it is not a cab n chassis. You can see every other leaf is different the way it is cut on the ends. I think the construction company that had it before me had the springs redone to haul their goose necks. JJ
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