The rear end of my '96 F150 4X4 appears to be sagging. It is a short wheel base and the rear is noticably lower than the front. Does anyone know of a reasonably inexpensive way to raise like an add-a-leaf (what manufacturer), or should I just replace it?
Sorry, I don't have any insight into your question - but I do have a question.
Was this a truck that has been continually loaded down over the years? I have a shortbed, standard-cab 1993 that has the opposite problem - my rear leaf springs keep the rear end up relatively high (to the point of making me want to lift the front end up to level the bench seat back out a little).
I'm wondering if heavy duty springs got put on mine, or if the truck was barely ever used to carry loads.
1999 F-150 XL, Extended Cab, Long bed, 4.6L, 4x4, M5OD (geez, the truck's description is just about as long as the truck itself! )
If their sagging really bad, you might want to replace them, they could fail when you’re driving.
You could get add a leafs, go to:
Explorer pro comp also make an add-a-leaf.
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