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A friend of mine said he though my front springs were shot.
The big reason I'm asking is that I'm going to try to run 315's on the truck, and I've heard that its possible with some trimming on stock 350 suspension, but only if the springs are in good shape.
So, how do you check the health of your springs? and if they are worn out, what is the easiest and/or cheapest way to get my front height up enough to run the tires? Add-a-leaf, one of those mini spring packs (like a 2 inch leveling kit for the front), or just put new stock springs on?
And with the leveling kit, do you need a drop pitman arm or track bar bracket?
I appreciate any help with this, its a bit of a time sensitive matter
97 F-350 ZF-5 CCLB 4x4 D60/10.25 3.55s. 216,000. 6637,FPR shim, 3" DP to 4" exhaust, leveled, ION Alloy 171's, 315/75/16 Kelly Safari TSR's, some cosmetic goodies.
NEEDS: Rosewood 160/30's, beans tunes, T500, Autometer gauges, lockers, some chassis parts, a few other things
Someday I'll do a full build on it.
Gone but never forgotten-1995 F-250 7.3 PSD 5 Speed 4x4 SC LB. Man-o-day did that truck get up and go.
"Smoke? Whistle? Stroke."