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  1. SteveBricks
    03-03-2014 10:11 PM - permalink
    SteveBricks
    Thanks man, glad to be back
  2. bryyce62
    03-14-2013 03:11 PM - permalink
    bryyce62
    Howdy Matt,
    I appreciate the invite, but I've been pretty busy lately and don't see things letting up anytime soon.
    Again, Thanks.
    G-Dub
  3. SteveBricks
    03-13-2013 06:13 AM - permalink
    SteveBricks
    Thanks Matt, but I'm gonna sit out this year. I won't have the time to play come summer.
  4. jake00
    03-04-2012 12:41 AM - permalink
    jake00
    I dont have the time thaat I used to, but i'll set it up in the next day or 2
  5. hanklin
    01-14-2012 02:23 PM - permalink
    hanklin
    I noticed you were gone from the boards, welcome back and thanks for reps
  6. A31unit
    09-30-2011 01:24 PM - permalink
    A31unit
    Ok. Thanks. I read somewhere that the front end would not raise at all with the heavier springs bc the springs are the same height just different rate/stiffer. I will just have to put em on and see what happens. I am actually hoping they raise the front end some
  7. A31unit
    09-29-2011 08:11 PM - permalink
    A31unit
    I have been working on this with a friend with alot of experience in the ford parts dept. He can't even be sure of the exact rating (3900 or 4200) but he did find the springs with the zz code. The part number is 8L3Z-5310-Z. How did it work out after the install? Anything else need to be done? did it raise the front end any? I am looking to do the
    Fisher SD plow 480 lbs. Should be good after the springs. I hope??!!
  8. A31unit
    09-27-2011 01:26 PM - permalink
    A31unit
    Saw an old post where u gave some advice on putting hd springs on the front of an 04 f150 for mounting a snowplow. I need to do this. I see u said tell the ford dealer code "zz". Are the "zz" springs the 3900 lb or the 4200 lb. I want the 3900lb version. My truck currently has the 3750 lb springs which are too light duty. Any help would be greatly appreciated
  9. tseekins
    07-22-2011 07:16 PM - permalink
    tseekins
    Thank you sir! Very kind in deed.
  10. juneau76
    06-14-2011 05:24 AM - permalink
    juneau76
    For some reason this forum doesn't let you use the badges that the Fuelly site gives you. Anyhow, I'm glad you figured it out. It took me a while to get it myself.

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