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New Leaf Spring Suggestions?

My truck is a '99 F250 7.3, it has nearly 312k miles on it and the drivers side sits almost 3 inches lower than the passenger side. I figured I would get this fixed before the snow season for my plow.

I often tow and do a little off-roading, this is a work truck so it see's some abuse.

What do you think about these leaf springs?
http://www.generalspringkc.com/index...1652&parent=82

It doesn't say it will sit any higher than stock so I'm assuming the plow mount would be fine and I wouldn't have to lower the plow mount?
Any other suggestions/ ideas?

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If you use your truck for work and are at stock height , just look for so oem leafs . Most all lift springs are good for lift and flex and not as much for payload. Ford has a xcode front spring they use for the snowplow package wich almost levels your front end. I bet you could find a set for nex to nothing. Ask so of the 4x4 shops .

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