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  1. 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?
  2. 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]
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  4. 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"
    Jesse Wright (815)499-2204
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  6. Blakshukvw
    08-04-2016 01:01 PM - permalink
    Junior, I have an 03 excursion 6.0 4x4. I need to replace the og springs. I'd like to gain 4 to 5" of lift. I'm interested in x codes for the front for sure. For the rear I'm uncertain. I've been told to use b codes or even modded b codes. What are the differences between b codes and c codes?
  7. CJTheDieselGuy
  8. Zachary Williams
    05-15-2016 08:23 PM - permalink
    Zachary Williams
    Hey there! I want to purchase U Bolts (4) and Leaf Spring plates (2) from your website asap but need guidance, please message me! Thanks
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  10. Ex-Jermin
    03-08-2016 11:23 PM - permalink
    Hi Junior, can you provide me with links or cost for leaf spring replacements I would need for a 2000 Ex 4x4 Limited. I see a lot of people go with V/B codes and I am thinking this is what I would like to do. Does ATS already have a full kit with this set up or is it custom for an EX? I am not sure as to what I will exactly need to install the springs. Are they direct fit or will I have to install new brackets/arms, etc. Thanks in advance!

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