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04 f150

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by jbart06, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. jbart06

    jbart06 Member
    Messages: 48

    I have an 04 f150 crew cab 5.4 liter with a blizzard 760 lt plow. The problem i have is that when coming off a curb or any situation where the front suspension really travels the plow hitch under the truck bumps the ground, i try to be careful and go very slow but even at that their are times it bumps. What is the answer--timbrens, stiffer front springs, spring spacers???
  2. jeffcof150

    jeffcof150 Junior Member
    Messages: 19

    I run an 04 f150 heritage ext cab with a 7.5 boss poly. I raised my front 2 in with the torsion bars. I havent had any clearance issues even with a pallet of salt and spreader in the back. i assume yours is new body style so i would recomend the level kit. Ive heard tembrens create a horrrible ride plus the level kits are fairly cheap! Im not familiar with blizzard plows but If that doesnt do it maybe trade to a poly plow.
  3. snowremoval4les

    snowremoval4les Member
    Messages: 95

    I have a 2004 F-150 with a 7'6" Boss Standard Duty plow. When I first had it installed it had a lot of sag and i then a 2 inch rough country leveling kit, which helped a lot. This year i bought sumo springs which fit in between the 3rd and 4th coil. This doesnt bring up the front end but it helps absorb shock while driving. Hope this helps! ussmileyflag