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Caster change fix the death wobble?
yes it did fix the problem. Then some kid saw the truck, and he wanted it more than me, so I sold it. I have a 1995 f350 now.

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Hey chris_capps I have a question about the rear. How did you do the rear swap did you just use 96 leaf springs or did you use the super duty ones?
I used the OBS springs, the axles bolted right in.

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I'd be interested in your TTB hubs/rotors if you're interested in selling. I just need them for the 9/16-18 wheel studs. My 79 Dana 60 uses 1/2-20 studs.
sorry, I sold the entire front end, not long after I did the swap.
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yes it did fix the problem. Then some kid saw the truck, and he wanted it more than me, so I sold it. I have a 1995 f350 now.


I would have had a hard time selling that truck, but congrats on the longbed. Going to throw some super duty axles under the new truck?
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I am putting 2003 axles in the 1988 F250 with a 460 on 38's once I get back home from Cuba. Ill leave the 350 stock to pull the trailer, maybe rear disc and hydroboost conversion from superduty.

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How hard would this be to do on a 03 f250 leaf springs swap to 05+ coil?

1995 Ford Bronco STOCK,Working on building this for the sand dunes with stock appearance.
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you would have to measure the frame and the superduty frame. I'm pretty sure they are the same, so should be some drilling holes and bolting in

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