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Old 01-08-2009, 05:04 PM
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pro comp springs??/ has anybody

hey has anyone used pro comp spring before? think i might do the 2-4in spring might start in the front first see if that levels it out if it brings it higher then bk then i will have to try r&r the rear springs next. just wanted to know how they held up to all the weight from the 7.3. procomp says its for the 7.3 super duty so i think i might take them on!!!!!!
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hey has anyone used pro comp spring before? think i might do the 2-4in spring might start in the front first see if that levels it out if it brings it higher then bk then i will have to try r&r the rear springs next. just wanted to know how they held up to all the weight from the 7.3. procomp says its for the 7.3 super duty so i think i might take them on!!!!!!
Dont get sneaky here, you already promised flesh before anyone is going to answer you.......
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ban user violating all kinds of rules.


no answers til we see some skin (and not your skin either. ughghhshghh)
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WTF???? is this about???
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there picking on me
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there picking on me
he has posted 3 separate threads asking tbhis question, and it was something like "my sister and my lifted truck" as the title which was like bloody beef meal on catfish. we all bite down and look at post, so he isnt getting any help till we see some skin, and it better no be in golf terms...."fore"
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