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Have a 1999 F350 diesel DRW 2wd 120,000 mi. Had 2 front tires replaced with an alignment. Dealer said camber could not be adjusted correctly due to spring sag. No noticeable cupping or abnormal wear on replaced tires. Know the 2wd has a lower looking front appearance then the 4x4. Did not think the truck looked "saggy" from previous pictures taken over the years.
Anyways there is an aftermarket 3500# spring replacement kit that raises the front 1 1/2" from stock. This would give a more level appearance to the truck. Have rear airbags for hauling the 15,000# 5th wheel.
Question is.... would this cause problems with the steeering shaft assembly due to the extra height?
Would the new shocks have to be longer?
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