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Old 10-29-2009, 06:45 PM
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05-07 spring codes

I am looking for the lightest spring code for a 05-07 superduty 4x4. Anybody that knows where I could find a spring code chart would be great. thanks
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Im not 100% on this but I think they all took the same spring. Sounds crazy but I have checked a few trucks gas and diesel and they were the same code. Might try aftermarket
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Front Springs:
FGAWR (lb)--Part #
4,000--5C34-5310-AHB
4,400--5C34-5310-AGB
4,800--5C34-5310-AFB
5,200--5C34-5310-AEB
5,600--5C34-5310-ADB
6,000--5C34-5310-ACB
6,500--5C34-5310-ABB
7,000--5C34-5310-AAB
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Google to find the 08 Body Builder's manual. The springs along with the spring rates are all in there. Interesting reading.

Lemme guess... your truck rides rough ?
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Well actually Ive got a older truck I put a 06 front axle and suspension under and the older body doesnt weigh as much as I guessed, I measured off of my 08 350 to try to get the correct spring compression but I misssed it and now its to high. thanks for the info guys
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Sure the coil bucket was installed at the right height.
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Ya I installed it with the same distance from the axle to the spring bucket as my 08 but the body wasnt as heavy so it doesnt compress it as much. I thought about it when I put it on but I was in a hurry and really wanted the lightest springs I could find anyway so it rode better. so its really not a problem, but the dealer says they dont have any info on codes, he said he even called ford one other time for someone else and they told them they wouldnt help him, they dont want people changing stuff. Im sure most people want to change to heavier springs for stuff on the front of the truck but I need it the other way.
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Old 11-01-2009, 06:57 AM
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When I did my install of '08 axles under my '97 I had to get 2" lift springs to get it level with just 2" rear blocks..maybe you have the 7k snow plow springs? I have a set of new stock ones..5200lbs
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Old 11-01-2009, 02:46 PM
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ok thanks I will keep that in mind, but I think I want the 4000 pound ones if I can get them with out costing an arm and a leg
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