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Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Fallon, Nv
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PMF has some cool stuff for the rear, but for the front, there wasn't much more than a leveling kit. Although, I would get one of their carrier bearing drop brackets that actually clocks the bearing to match the drive shaft angle. Other carrier bearing pieces simply shove it straight down accelerating bearing wear greatly.
But back to the original question. I have Pro Comp springs front and rear (6 rear, 4 front), honestly, I don't know if its the springs or the shocks, but my truck rides like a truck. On road it can be a little stiff, off road, it's pretty good. I like it that way, but you'd be surprised how many want their Super Duty to ride/handle like a Mustang.
Further, I would avoid at all costs stacking blocks, I've seen them get spit out. I'd do a lift with either an add-a-leaf and 4/5 inch block, or a six inch lift spring (4 inches in the front would mean 6 out back).
Finally, several members here think that 5100 Bilsteins are the $hit when it comes to shocks. I haven't tried them, but I can tell you that the nitrogen charged shocks Pro Comp sells (or any other white tube seller) are pretty stiff on road, not too bad off road.
Karl and his 2003 6.0
Barefoot Accelerator Pedal
TRICO Force wiper blades
Yellow Military Aircraft Valve Stem Caps
Offensive "Stick Family" Decal
Big Ol'Honkin 1 1/4" Shank Receiver Hitch
WHAT!?! I was trying to list stuff that everyone else
hasn't already listed for their truck!