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- Adapts the much better riding 99-04 Superduty Springs
- Provides much better ride than stock by moving shackle to rear of spring.
- Eliminates the weak front shackle design.
- Levels truck by lifting 2" and allows use of 35's (minor trimming may be needed)
- NEW OPTION! 2wd -> 4wd frame plates. Put a Dana 60 in your 2wd!
- Truck: 85-91 F250 / F-350 4x4 or 2wd trucks. *NOTE* Can be used on 80-91 F150/250/350 Bronco to swap in a solid axle. Bronco/F150 use 2wd kit
- Springs: 56" 99-04 Superduty Front Springs
- Axle: 99-04 F-350 Dana 50/60
1 - Front Hanger
2 - Inner Frame Plates (Weld-on)
2 - Shouldered Frame Sleeve
2 - Shackles
4 - Bushing halves
2 - Bushing Sleeves
1 - Hardware Kit
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NOTE : Cheap, foreign aftermarket springs are not recommended. We have had issues with the military wrap leaf being way too large and contacting the hanger. This is not an issue with quality USA made springs.
- Lift amounts rated for V-Code 43-814 Springs
- X-Code 43-818 Springs will lift an extra 1.5"
- Clearance for intercoolers
- If you need help deciding what other parts you may need to complete your swap please CLICK HERE
- Part numbers and specs for Superduty Springs can be found online HERE
85-91 Pugnose (Bullnose) Instructions
Sway bar will need to be deleted, or will need end links extended. Our 3" Sway bar end link extensions are available here: 85-97 F-350 Sway Bar End Link Extensions
We have had a few customers with worn out spring bushings and sliders have issues with clearing the shackles on the 2" FSR kits with the military wrap. You need quality to spec parts to make this work.
Instructions for Replacing Leaf Spring Bushings and Isolators
It is common for the front frame horns to be spread due to age as the only thing holding the front of the frame together is the rivets at the engine cross member. You may need to pull the frame together to get the hanger on.
These trucks were not built to a high level of precision. Some of the rivet holes may need to be opened up with a die grinder as the holes may not line up perfectly.
When installing this kit with lift springs, the springs are often shorter than stock as they are re-arched stock springs to get more lift. We recommend drilling just one hole for the spring hanger and holding it in place with one bolt until you are able to set it down and check to see that the shackle angle is satisfactory. Then drill the remaining holes.
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