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  1. Jregezeino
    04-17-2018 03:34 PM - permalink
    Edit** In case my email address wasn't passed clearly on the phone for a quote, it is: [email protected]

  2. Jregezeino
    04-16-2018 08:33 PM - permalink
    Hey Junior! Im a proud new owner of a bone-stock original owner 2001 Ex, 7.3 4x4....Torreador Red! Anyway I've come to know that youre the guy to talk to about a spring upgrade, looking to do either V/B or X/C using ATS parts, looking for a recommendationn from you to help decide.

    Rig will be a family vacation vehicle, pulling at most a 7k pound travel trailer or car trailer with a 4x4 on it, in mountainous terrain. Id like to net the typical 2-4" over stock lift, im saggin right now pretty good, and add some stability for the long haul tows in the curves.

    Anyway, do you have a good contact number and best time to call if I were to give a holler one of these days? Much appreciated!

    -Jon E.
  3. brannman
    03-31-2018 04:48 PM - permalink
    Hello from the Seattle, WA area. Reaching out to you for leaf spring upgrades seemed to be the universal suggestion….

    I have a 2003 Excursion 4x4 V10, ~155k miles, stock ride height, stock size wheels/tires. Stock ride height Rancho shocks installed, but no other suspension upgrades. Even with the shocks, the ride is a bit bouncy, and after reading and privately chatting with folks on the forum, they steered my your way to look at upgrading to a full set of replacement leaf springs – V-code for the front, C-code for the rear. Several folks also suggested the X-code for the front and the modified set of C-code for the rear (C-XL), but I’m not looking to add ride height or larger tires/wheels, nor am I towing a large amount on a regular basis.

    I’d expect that any 4-corner “kit” that was ordered would come with all new hardware for ease of installation. Would I need to modify the bump stops in any way? Just replaced them about 6mos ago.

    Shipping ZIP is 98036.
  4. skibapc
    02-26-2018 10:13 AM - permalink
    Hello Junior, Could you give me some advice and a price quote on what I need to restore/improve the ride of my 2003 Excursion V-10 4x4 ? The Truck is basically a people mover and does not do any towing. I have bottomed out the front so often that the rebound bumpers are broken/missing and if I replace them I will only have about 3/4" of travel before they hit. I am thinking that that I need the following: V-code front springs, U-bolts and shackle. B-code rear springs with the modification, U-bolts and shackle. Thank you, Paul
  5. Rburrill
    02-05-2018 04:20 PM - permalink
    Hi Junior, i have a 2002 Excursion that i want to do the V/B spring swap. What Ubolt kit do i need? I tired looking up the measurements, but it got all confused. Basically, just looking to replace old tired springs and set it up for better towing.

  6. Fatboyz11
    01-31-2018 08:04 AM - permalink
    Hey, thanks for the info on the F550 lift.I am looking at your website and don't see any replacement springs that are a lift spring. I'm looking at front springs in the 3900lb range that would give around 3" lift. Also what steering parts or track bar I'd need. Curious also what shipping to Sweetgrass Montana would be? I don't want to waste your time if the cost to get it to me way up in Canada is prohibitive. I do very much appreciate your input and expertise as it's definitely helping me, but I may have to buy up here just because of logistics! I'm glad you like the "Earthroamer on a budget" project idea! At $265,000.00 US that's $340,000.00 Canadian so I won't be buying one of them!!
  7. davishi
    06-23-2017 06:07 PM - permalink
    02 excursion diesel 4x4 need springs on all four corners. looking to stop bottoming out and also need to improve towing. you are apparently the man who knows what i need. also, i would like to know if I will need to replace shocks at same time, and if so do you have any recommendations or at least specs on what i should be looking for?
  8. mmulisha84
    03-05-2017 10:35 PM - permalink
    Hey Junior wondering if you could help set me up with some springs.
    My 02 F250 5.4l sits pretty low and the springs are worn. Spring code on tag says C1 I'm looking to put X code springs up front and for the rear that's where you come in lol. Looking to lift it up some and replace the worn springs at the same time. Could you put me together a shopping cart with the parts. Don't know if you guys sell u bolts to but toss them into the cart as well. Thanks in advance Ron. [email protected]
  9. Tpndrcn
    01-03-2017 08:35 AM - permalink
    Junior here is my email as well [email protected]
  10. Tpndrcn
    01-03-2017 08:30 AM - permalink
    Junior, I started a thread titled "Ride after Spring Swap" looking for opinion on whether or not it was worth the money to invest in different springs for my 02,7.3,4x4 Excursion for a better ride. I currently don't tow that often , its mostly used for daily driving and family hauling. I have on a few occasions since owning it hit the bump stops on the front when going over railroad tracks and traveling down some bumpy roads. It does have some sway to it as well. I don't necessarily want to lift the truck but if it has to increase the ride height some to make it better I would consider that option. I just want to keep it off the bump stops and make it the best ride that I can get. Should I stick with similar to factory replacement or go to the SD V/B style springs? Can you give me prices on both kits. Measurements taken from the center of the hub to the lower fender arch:
    Driver's front-22"
    Passenger's front-22 1/2"
    Driver's Rear-23 1/2"
    Passenger's Rear-24"
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