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Old 05-07-2010, 12:22 PM
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Stock Spring Question

I recently bought a 03' F250 SD.It appears to have both after market front spring hanger and spring pack with 2" block in rear. I am going to remove rear blocks and front leafs and leave hanger for level ride. NOW my Question? How many leafs are in factory spring pack? I appear to only have 2 factory springs with 2" spring leveling kit. Just going by the fresh paint on rest of springs. I just want to be sure no factory leafs were removed.
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Old 05-10-2010, 10:01 AM
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Thanks for the quick replies. You guys have been such a great help. I realize this was a tough one to answer. I quess no one on here drives a F250. Don't worry I got my answer,and yes I have been called a smartA&& before.
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...welcome to the org
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lol what does that mean? is that how it is here? well if it is and anyone cant find help here i know a guy that knows alot about suspension and stuff so just message me if you need to talk to someone and its important.
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that was about the nicest thing to say after he pissed in our milk. maybe no one got to his post, or didnt know a thing about suspension. In my opinion that is a poor way to begin a membership on this site, bashing the other members when they have only 2 posts. I'm not tryin to get in anybodys face about it, but he wanted some sort of comment so i said "...welcome to the org"
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o i get it, like the orientation type of thing. i guess i just didnt understand. either way im staying out of it. i try not to troll to much but if i feel i can help someone in any way or motivate them to get something done il give it a shot. i dont want problems either
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