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Old 11-19-2008, 10:32 PM   #1
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Question 3/4 ton springs in F150??

I have a 1992 Ford F150 that I use to haul wood. I have a broken rear leaf spring and want to put stiffer springs in it. Will 3/4 ton springs bolt in or would I be better off putting stock springs back in with helper springs? I have found that there are different springs available for 3/4 ton trucks and don't know if a certain one will work.


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