I am considering changing my '99 F250 4x4 and my '00 EX 4x4 to the newer style coil spring front end. Has anyone done a write up on this? I may have a rolling chassis from 2010 F250 4x4 available. I would want to do the entire front and rear suspension. So far the obstacles I know of are: I know the axles are wider F&R, which seems ok. I will need new wheels and tires. I would go with OEM more than likely. Of course it will be a lot of work. The benefits I am shooting for is a much better ride, turning radius, better brakes, slight lift and better drive ability. I am hearing that getting the coil buckets off the donor frame can be a bear. I can buy new ones pretty cheap. Are all of the holes already there on my F250 and EX? Should everything just bolt right up? What about brake lines? My F250 is a RW ABS only truck so front sensors would not be an issue on that one. My EX is 4W ABS. Any ideas what hurdles I may run into on that? I would think that I would end up at least needing to replace the U-joint at the diffs on both ends of both trucks. Thanks.