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Old 12-16-2011, 11:20 AM
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Very weird suspension question...advice NEEDED!

long story short...i have an 03 f250 7.3. it had an 8'' lift on it, but i just recently bought the stock suspension components and switched everything back to stock..

HERE IS THE ISSUE--The rear is perfect, but the front (leaf springs) is COMPLETELY bottomed out. The frame is touching the u-bolts while just sitting still. I got the stock parts from a buddy of mine and they are in excellent shape. I believe the front springs were the v code springs (there are only 2 springs to a leaf pack) but they came off his 2002 f250 7.3 with no issues.

I have about wore out my Haynes manual for the f250 trying to make sure all the frame mounting components are where they should be and everything matches up.

Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated!

Thanks all
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