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Old 08-09-2012, 12:09 PM
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2003 F350 superduty front leveling question

My 2003 f350 superduty has leaf springs in front with a tracking bar, Is it possible to remove the tracking bar since the leaf springs keep front axle in place? can I just add extra leafs to lavel it up to match rear? Thanks Wayne
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Old 08-13-2012, 05:00 AM
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Yes you can add leaves and it will make it ride rougher. No you can not remove your track bar.
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My 02 F350 is way lower in the front also. Instead of adding springs can a block be added to raise it?

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Off Road Design makes a no rate leaf spring, that looks just like a block. I put one in my front end after I removed two leaf springs to get a smoother ride. I think it was an inch or so. It goes under the leaf springs and the center bolt goes through it.
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