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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-09-2005, 05:14 PM Thread Starter
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Superduty overloads on F-150

I have a set of Superduty rear over load springs from an F-250. I was wanting to use them as add-a-leaves in the back of my truck. Someone told me they had doen this, but will it work? The springs look to be the same width, but is there anything else to be concerned with?

Also, I figured while the springs wer eout I would go ahead and dpo the bushings. How hard are they? Soem have said hard as crap, soem say no problem. Would go poly if I did them.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-10-2005, 03:35 AM
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Re: Superduty overloads on F-150

I changed the bushings on my bronco. One of them was easy, I think the back, and the other was a b#$%@ because you have to remove these steel ring that is pressed into the center of the hole. The bushing is too big basically. Removing this ring is the fun part...So if you could get ones that would not require the removal of this ring it would be relatively easily.
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Re: Superduty overloads on F-150

Are you talking about the clamps? If so just cut them off and make new ones. I've heard big hose clamps will work to hold the pack together too.
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