is there any way to use the rear leaf springs as the front? i have an extra set laying at home, i just dont wanna spend the money to buy new springs. i know it will ride rough, but could you take a few leafs out os something? any advice?
1984 Ford f250, recent 7.3 swap, 4x4, 4 speed, 35"s, 5" stack , turned up fuel and advanced timing
1994 Ford f350, 7.3, 4x4, auto, crew cab long bed, strait piped.
I dont think you could use the whole pack, buit what I did on my 95 was use the main leaf from a rear pack as an add a leaf on the front, jus cut it to the lenght I needed
Dads ride 2002 Dodge 24v, dual exhaust, edge comp hot box. tst 40 hp injectors,Piers B-1 turbo dipricol white face a pillar gauges, Suncoast triple disc and valve body occasionally he lets me drive it. 393 rwhp, 807 ftlbs
1996 F-350 CC swr, long bed , 4x4 PSD zf-5, 260k.Swamped, 5" black stacks, dipricol gauges, 30+PSI boost, DP tuner chip, 349rwhp.
95 PSD project fixes it up and then sold it
03 7.3 4R100 4x2(for now) 240k stock cept for duals 20th aniversary edition.
early 99 CC Dually,
Your '84 is 25 years old and qualifies as an antique, so I'll assume you're asking about the '94.
The rear main leaf is 56" long. The front main leaf is only 52.24" long. 3.76" difference. So you can't just bolt it up - even with a "bigger hammer". Maybe a spring shop could shorten it so it'd fit?
My Sierra Blanca in the sig pic was a great pickup for 11.5 years. I sold it a coupla years ago. I drove a hand-me-down 2003 F-150 SuperCrew 4.6L 2V for a while, but it was unacceptable for towing more than a rowboat. Replacement is a 2012 F-150 EcoBoost SuperCrew Lariat that tows my 5,000-pound TT like a dream.