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Old 02-07-2010, 01:44 PM
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Hanger lift/stock hanger question...

So I have a 3.5" hanger lift on my Excursion, and have been contemplating dropping it back down to near stock (not counting F350/250 springs mod). The wifey will be driving it across country, plus lifting my 10 year old in and out of it (he is in a wheelchair) for a few months while he goes through some therapy. I need to drop it back down, but what would I need to do this? I would assume just removed my hanger lift bracket and put some stock ones back in? I did not do the lift so to be honest I do not even know what the stock parts look like. Anyone have any idea where to get stock hangers? Salvage?



This is my plan:
-Replace the hangers with stockers.
-Install new front springs that lift 1.5-2"
-Install my new rear springs that lift about 1"
-Add rear block as needed to level.
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Old 02-08-2010, 04:06 PM
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V and modded B codes with stock hangers will get it done.
I may have stock hangers. PM me.

Cary
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Old 02-09-2010, 07:39 AM
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PM sent. Also asked a question since the dealer says the part number I have was a P code and not a B code, but is what everyone on here calls a B code.
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Ford change's the codes...you want the top overload and spacer as it will have the longer center pin, sell the spacer and top spring. Or get the springs without them and get a longer center pin..
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