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Old 12-25-2011
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F150 coil swap.

I have searched, and searched and searched, and found some solid info, but as Ive read Ive noticed every truck is different.

so 2000, 2wheel, sport.

What model/package 150 should I pull coils from to acquire a slight lift and not have to mod front end?

also what parts do I remove off donner truck? retaining clips?

Thank you all. Like everyone right now ive got a few extra bucks from the holidays and this is a long time coming project, even got the ingalls +/- 3degree camber bolts to go as well. thanks
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bump for any info at all. thanks
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