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post #1 of 2 Old 08-22-2011, 06:09 AM Thread Starter
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leaf springs on a '04 F-250

I've got a '04 F-250 FX4 6.0L CCSB and it has a leveling kit on it....but the springs look worn out. They don't much of an "arch" anymore. They almost flattened out on the front and I have the F250 rear block w/ no overload springs. I wanted to raise the truck up a little so my 35s will not scrub. Should I do add-a-leafs or replace the whole leaf spring? If replacing, does someone sell a pair w/ the leveling springs already on? I was thinking of putting the F350 block in the rear. Would that mess anything up?

Nathan -- Georgia Powerstroke Diesel Association
'04 CCSB FX4 with some go-go parts from the performance section of AutoZone
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Your fronts are fine they are flat stock new. For 35" all thats needed is a 3" hanger kit and 4" rear blocks..plus other items needed for the lift. This will get you the best ride quality..unlike add-a-leafs etc. PM me if I can get you info and prices..

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