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Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: upstate ny
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does your lift use blocks for the rear, or does it have lift springs? If it uses blocks, any spring will do. If it is a lift spring, you need to replace both sides to ensure it sits properly-used springs tend to sag-one new spring, and one used will cause issues (unless you find a matching used lift spring, which I doubt). Id consider a set of deaver rear springs with a 6" lift. They ride better than OEM.
If it's not the main leaf that is broken, you can have a spring shop make you a new leaf. Pictures?
2005 Lariat CCSB F-350 SRW
300,000 miles and going strong
12" fabtech lift with 40" Xterrain's on M/T classic locks, Adjustable track bar, Bilstein 7100 reservoir shocks
Edge juice/attitude CTS, SCT with ID tunes, Snow meth. injection, Diamond eye 4" exhaust, 03 turbo, ARP studs, Sinister coolant filter
2010 stone seats/console, pioneer avic d3 with backup camera/bluetooth
Viair 450c compressor, dual 2.5 gallon tanks, air horns rated @115db