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  1. nezwick
    12-22-2014 01:20 PM - permalink
    nezwick
    ATSJunior,

    I need to work on the rear suspension of my '87 F150 4x4. I would like to "upgrade" to 3/4 ton parts at the same time, so could you tell me what the difference is between your BT695CK and BT6951CK kits? The only thing I see when comparing the specs is a slightly different diameter U-bolt.

    I'm a huge novice when it comes to trucks but I assumed there would be a big change when going from F150 springs to F250 springs.

    My goal is to set the truck up for hauling and towing, not for trail or performance off-road use. Thanks for your advice.
  2. bigb56
    09-07-2014 10:45 PM - permalink
    bigb56
    Do you have anything that can provide me with about a 2" lift in front to level my 2002 F350? I am going to be pulling the springs anyway to replace bushings and isolators, so that being said what is the best way for me to go about getting the 2"?


    Thanks, Brian
  3. cowmilker08
    06-19-2014 02:18 PM - permalink
    cowmilker08
    Sorry about that. I deleted some.
  4. Rockledge
    06-02-2014 07:27 PM - permalink
    Rockledge
    Hello Junior,

    I've been thinking about replacing the rear leaf spring hangers/bushings/bolts on my '98 Ranger Supercab 4WD.

    So I guess my question is...what am I looking at? Can you help me out?

    Thanks,

    Joe
  5. Ben24
    04-27-2014 10:05 AM - permalink
    Ben24
    and for extra info it is a 4x4, and up front im looking to run moog cc844 coils with skyjacker hydro 7000 shocks front and back... unless you have a better option. That setup just seems to popular on this site. Thanks again
  6. Ben24
    04-27-2014 09:57 AM - permalink
    Ben24
    I was on your ats springs site earlier and saw a f250, f350 complete rear leaf spring assembly. product id: BT6951CK. Is this my best option for the rear?
  7. Ben24
    04-27-2014 09:53 AM - permalink
    Ben24
    Hi I was recommended by eakermeld on this site to contact you. Im looking to do an f250 spring swap on my '94 f150. It has a 6 inch lift in it right now so im in need of basically a whole new suspension. eakermeld said you'd be able to help me out a bit. Thanks
  8. 1badb0y
    03-11-2014 12:34 PM - permalink
    1badb0y
    Can you point me to the correct leaf spring front hanger for my 2000 stepside Ranger as described in my post? Thanks.
  9. High Cetane
    02-04-2014 07:03 PM - permalink
    High Cetane
    I'm interested in new springs for my 01 Excursion V10. I'm thinking along the lines of 43-818 fronts, and 43-1263 for the rear. Dont tow heavy, want to lift approx 2", and want a decent ride. Let me know if I'm on the right track.
    I'm in So Jersey so I may travel to save the freight. high.cetane@verizon.net
  10. mj_355
    01-13-2014 10:48 PM - permalink
    mj_355
    ok I guess price me heavier set of springs in a whole kit with bolts shipped me 47341

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