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Old 10-24-2013, 05:05 PM
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Front Coils on 13 Superduty

Would anyone happen to know if the front coils are the same on the gasser as the diesel, or are they ones on the gasser a little softer?
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Gas or diesel makes no difference, front springs are determined by the payload package. Here is a list of front springs, their capacities and the part numbers. Part numbers can be determined by a tag on the spring itself.

• F-Super Duty Monobeam Coil Spring Rates (F250/350 4x4)
• Front GAWR Rating Current Vehicle Spring Coil P/N 5C34-5310-xxx
• 4000lb. 5C34-5310-AHC
• 4400lb. 5C34-5310-AGC
• 4800lb. 5C34-5310-AFC
• 5200lb. 5C34-5310-AEC
• 5600lb. 5C34-5310-ADC
• 6000lb. 5C34-5310-ACC

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Ok, thanks
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Anyone know the weight difference between the 6.2 and 6.7? I would bet that would make a pretty significant difference in ride with the same front springs..
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Anyone know the weight difference between the 6.2 and 6.7? I would bet that would make a pretty significant difference in ride with the same front springs..
That's why i thought maybe the springs on the 6.2 would be a little softer. I will try to check my spring tag today and see which ones i have.
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That's why i thought maybe the springs on the 6.2 would be a little softer. I will try to check my spring tag today and see which ones i have.
Yep, I figured it'd be good to have the information out here in the forum.

I have zero complaints about the way my truck rides. The shocks and steering stabilizer upgrade made a huge improvement.
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My front springs are the 4800lb. 5C34-5310-AFC
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