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great idea! I never thought the springs would be as cheap as they are. So I will order new front leafs first (as they are the issue) and than do the rears once I recover from buying the truck.
I guess the only thing I am not sure of is what height springs I need to order? Procomp offers 2, 4 and 6.5" ? I'm guessing at 4"? any way to measure? The truck has 35's and they don't rub at all.
Measure from the top of the axle tube (next to the spring perch) to the bottom of the frame (next to the bumpstop). Off the top of my head, a 4" lift will produce a measurement of 12"-13".
I'd guess that you're at a 2" lift and will measure about 10" using the guidance above. If this is so, I'd go with the x-code factory springs over the procomp 2" springs. The oem is said to ride better but I have no experience with either. I do know that OEM will be better quality and will last you longer without sagging
11 F250 CCSB King Ranch
Gearhead tunes, No Limit Stage 2, No Limit Block Off, 5" exhaust, CTS
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