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Old 04-05-2011, 06:46 PM
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Where can I buy X-code front springs

My truck has factory t code springs. I'm looking to buy some X-codes to level it out. If anybody knows where to get some let me know.
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Old 04-05-2011, 06:50 PM
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are you on psn? you can get a 25% discount with them.

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I just went down to the local truck spring shop in town and got mine there.
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What did you have to give for them?
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try Car-Part.com--Used Auto Parts Market there may be some closer and cheaper than you think
Are my V codes bent?

I paid $160 for a nice pair of X-Code Leaf Springs yesterday, came off a 2001 F-350 w/6X,XXX miles on it.
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I think it was right around $325.00, that included new eye bolts and U bolts. That was about 4 or 5 years ago.
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I'd get springs from the dealer..your going to need longer shocks and should use a adj track bar..we have all.

X — 2C34-5310-AFA, 6,000 lb. or 2C3Z5310AF
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I'd get springs from the dealer..your going to need longer shocks and should use a adj track bar..we have all.

X 2C34-5310-AFA, 6,000 lb. or 2C3Z5310AF
Not trying to sound like a dink, but unless you are putting aditional lift on the truck, why would you need new shocks or a new track bar???

Arent the parts all the same from ford? When I was looking up new shocks and parts, they didn't check my front end GWR. And I would think it would be quite a mess if they ALL had different suspension parts for each spring/shock combo.
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Ford doesn't care if the axle is not centered and if the shocks have enough travel if the truck is used off road..if you care then you may want to get the parts.
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Hmmm, that is news to me, I have been running the same shocks and track bar since I put mine on and I haven't had any problems. Ran them for two years with the independant front and now three years with the mono beam I put in after the inedependant cracked for the second time. When I went to the parts store for shocks, brakes, ect., there was no difference in part numbers between the 250 and 350 front ends.
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