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post #1 of 9 Old 03-15-2011, 11:39 AM Thread Starter
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06 leveling kit and new tires! Best size???

i want to put some new skins on he factory wheel..... now i just need to decide what tire and size to do..... also 2.5" coils spacers??? i want it beefed up a bit and i will be plowing next year aswell!

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I'd get the Ford snow plow package front springs..should get you 2", then run 35" Add castor shims.
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ok.... from what i saw online i would need to one up my front springs?? so go from the 6000 to 6500?? that will give me 2 inches? and what are castor shims?? im not a suspension guy thanks in advance

2006 F250 6.0 EC/SB TRU BLUE
EDGE INSIGHT CTS
SCTX3 LOONEY TUNED BY VIVIAN
5" MBRP FULL SYSTEM
NO CAT W/MBRP MUFFLER
ROTELLA T5 10W-30
CUSTOM INTERNATIONAL GRILLE
315/70/17 BFG A/T

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also where is the best place to get the springs??

2006 F250 6.0 EC/SB TRU BLUE
EDGE INSIGHT CTS
SCTX3 LOONEY TUNED BY VIVIAN
5" MBRP FULL SYSTEM
NO CAT W/MBRP MUFFLER
ROTELLA T5 10W-30
CUSTOM INTERNATIONAL GRILLE
315/70/17 BFG A/T

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Ford has 7klbs front springs..best place.
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so could you just change the springs and get it aligned? or are additional parts needed? will the shocks fit?
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I always thought the 6000lb springs were the plow prep springs.My driver side door sticker says 6000lb front gross weight....I could put 7000lb springs?

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Im also curious about this topic...subscribed

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