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Old 02-21-2010, 04:08 PM
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I have a 2000 f350 srw w-208k on itI was wondering if I could install the "severe duty service" leaf spring kit offered as an option on newer trucks from the factory vs. a leveling kit. The weight of the diesel over the front axle has probably worn on the originals. I havent checked with the dealer on cost to know if it would be cost prohibitive vs. a leveling kit. I know on the factorys build site it says this option "will increase ride height". Wouldnt it be a straight bolt in replacement?
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x code springs ... 6000 lb rating ... nd itll give u a little bit of lift in the front ... dont know about completely level but itll lift it a bit from where it is
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and yes they bolt right on
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I appreciate the quick return on the info...sharp excursion- hate to knock my favorite brand but they should have reduced numbers in manufacturing vs. killing the model. I would buy one today new vs. the wifes yukon...
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x codes should give you 2" over stock...
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I appreciate the quick return on the info...sharp excursion- hate to knock my favorite brand but they should have reduced numbers in manufacturing vs. killing the model. I would buy one today new vs. the wifes yukon...
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