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post #1 of 2 Old 03-28-2008, 04:16 AM Thread Starter
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ok have had my f250 for a couple of months now and i think it has been leveled out was wondering how many springs should be under the front and how long they are so i can possibly remove the one that may not supose to be in there. looks descent empty but put a load on it and headlights go to the stars i cant stand it. early 99 auto 4x4

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Toss a set of overload air springs out back, and inflate them to level when hauling a load. The ones I put on my rig provide an extra 5K towing capacity. You can install yourself and they will probably only set you back about $350.
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