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Old 05-09-2012, 06:30 PM
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2002 F350 Leaf Springs

Bought an 02 SRW F350 with a lift already installed. It looks to me that it is lifted 5-6 inches. The front looks like it is lifted with all spring. The rear is another story. There is an 8" block under the springs, and there is only 5 leafs. That doesnt seem right to me. They also look too flat. The truck does not have 8" of lift in the rear. Does anyone know what a F350 SRW should have in the rear as far as leaf springs? I would like to get the correct stack back in there because it seems a little soft as well.

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Cant remember the number of leaves but i can tell you all f250 and f350 springs are the same from 99.5 to at least 04.

The only thing different is the rear block.
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So, since your from Ohio, you should check out the Buckeye Power Strokes part of this site.

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