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Old 03-12-2011, 07:47 AM
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"X" Leaf Spring Codes? Please?!?!

Ok, after much searching, both here and google, (30+ minutes) I can't find the list of spring codes for my truck.

I just saw it...maybe 2 days ago.... And of course I didn't "subscribe" to the thread, and due to this forum's inadequate search feature... I just wasted over 30 minutes of my life I now cant get back.

So now, I semi-sarcastically turn to you folks... because I KNOW someone either has them written down or (for some ungodly reason) has them memorized...

I need the part numbers for the "X" code front leaf springs... the 6,000 pound springs. I am trying to put out a junkyard request, but with no part numbers.... I'm stuck with

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Good luck. I can't even get anyone to answer what 2.5 leveling kit they use and how they like it.
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here a bump for the x code springs id like a part number too but i hear there somewhat hard to come by and pricey? lets find out. someone will chime in soon!
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Good luck. I can't even get anyone to answer what 2.5 leveling kit they use and how they like it.
Although I have not tried them...yet... most people have reported good results with them.

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here a bump for the x code springs id like a part number too but i hear there somewhat hard to come by and pricey? lets find out. someone will chime in soon!
Yeah, but it's worth a shot.... I just need the specific info so I am not playing telephone tag with the junkyards. I want to find some to throw on my truck, it only has the 4,800lb springs, and with the 850# plow... it really needs more. I figure the X springs @ 6,000lbs should be good, and give it about a 1" boost, and then I can get a mini-spring pack and list the front end up the rest of the way... it's really sagging in the front... esp. w/ the plow on it!
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What the the X codes come on from the factory?
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What the the X codes come on from the factory?
Any truck that came with a Snow Plow Prep Package.
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im about to get a 2.5" level kit in two weeks with the next paycheck.

i was gonna do the x codes but i need shocks as well. and not give me enough lift anyway.
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Ok, so I didn't find the thread I wanted, but I think this is the answere I was looking for:

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It should lift 2" then settle about 1/2"..difference between new V's and X codes.

Here are the X code part #

X 2C34-5310-AFA, 6,000 lb. OR 2C3Z-5310-AF, Ford may have obsoleted one of these #'s
X code springs installed

Hopefully when I call the junk yards this part number will help.... and hopefully someone has them!
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i dont think they have the part number printed on the leafs. mine dont have anything besides a stamped number that doesnt make any sense.
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i dont think they have the part number printed on the leafs. mine dont have anything besides a stamped number that doesnt make any sense.
It should be printed on the door pannel sticker tho.
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