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Markf
02-17-2006, 08:40 PM
Gentlemen,
Here we go. Our business has grown so much that we are considering replacing our 1989 F350 diesel dump that is in good shape with a F550 dump. We need to take into consideration that the vehicle will also be used for plowing residential driveways. The truck we saw this afternoon is a 2002 F550 XL, 4x4, 7.3PSD, auto, a/c, mason dump with 75,000 miles. It also comes with a plow. Tires are at about 60%. Asking price is $28,000. We mainly use the dump for mulch and soil, however we are expanding at a nicely controlled rate and foresee more use for a vehicle of this rating. I also thought of the Chevy 4500 but thought it would be too big to fit into residential driveways. Your thoughts and comments are appreciated. By the way, what may we expect in fuel consumption. I am assuming that the gears are 4:11s.
Mark

Gravel Rat
02-17-2006, 09:01 PM
A F-550 is a big step up from your F-350. A F-550 will easily carry 9000lbs your F-350 will barely carry 5000lbs. A F-550 has a 13.5 inch ring gear your F-350 has a 10.25 ring gear. The brakes on the F-550 are twice the size of your F-350.

The F-550s don't turn that well so I think you will find a difference in turning radius. A F-550 rides pretty rough you have to expect that look at the rear springs they are designed for carrying a good payload.

A F-550 is better with a 11' box on a 165wb the swb trucks are a little too short for the box you can put on it. We have put 11,000lbs or so on a F-550 it handles the load fine.

As for gearing you would be dreaming if it had 4:10s its got more like 4:88s it could even have 5:13s. A F-550 will only get tops 10mpg if its a diesel these trucks are heavy the truck I worked with it weighed 9000lbs and that truck was a 2wd with a 12 all steel flatdeck. It pretty much traveled the same speed loaded or empty you could watch the fuel gauge needle drop :laugh:

I personally would buy a cab and chassis and mount a Henderson dump box on it. The reason why I say Henderson is it has the best hoist system ie Post hoist and not a scissor hoist.

Like I meantioned you really should have a reg cab with a 165wb or 84cab axle the truck will ride better plus you can run a low side mason box so its easier to load stuff from the side.

Markf
02-17-2006, 09:11 PM
Here is a picture

Gravel Rat
02-17-2006, 09:25 PM
Thats a swb truck it will be a rough rider it looks like its in good shape I would go through the truck pretty thoroughly to make sure its not a covered up rust bucket.

Groundkeeperz
02-18-2006, 02:59 AM
MarkF
I got just what you need.
I actually bought this truck for what you need one for.
i wanted a truck that would work good for a lot of diferent uses.
Its short and manuavers very well but at the same time can haul a heck of a load. I wanted a short but stout truck for snow removal. But never even got a blade for this truck.
Its a 1 year old chevy 3500 4 x 4 silverado with a 8' bed that is alot like the one on the ford that you are looking at. It already has the snow plow prep package. It only has 25000 miles on it. Its got 2 36" tool boxes under the bed. Its white w/gray interior. 4:10 locking rear differential, 6.0 vortec V8, heavy duty 4spd automatic, ac, tilt, dual airbags,brand new a/t tires, 4 wheel abs, dual fuel tanks (50 gal)
All I want is payoff which will be around 24000 after my next payment.
I am replacing this truck with a 2500 series pickup and another 3500 series dump with a 12' landscape bed. Basically the truck ive got now is both of these trucks in one. I just need 2 trucks now to replace the one.


Let me know if your interested
vabowhnter@yahoo.com
540-493-1334

Jpocket
02-18-2006, 07:41 AM
MarkF
I got just what you need.
I actually bought this truck for what you need one for.
i wanted a truck that would work good for a lot of diferent uses.
Its short and manuavers very well but at the same time can haul a heck of a load. I wanted a short but stout truck for snow removal. But never even got a blade for this truck.
Its a 1 year old chevy 3500 4 x 4 silverado with a 8' bed that is alot like the one on the ford that you are looking at. It already has the snow plow prep package. It only has 25000 miles on it. Its got 2 36" tool boxes under the bed. Its white w/gray interior. 4:10 locking rear differential, 6.0 vortec V8, heavy duty 4spd automatic, ac, tilt, dual airbags,brand new a/t tires, 4 wheel abs, dual fuel tanks (50 gal)
All I want is payoff which will be around 24000 after my next payment.
I am replacing this truck with a 2500 series pickup and another 3500 series dump with a 12' landscape bed. Basically the truck ive got now is both of these trucks in one. I just need 2 trucks now to replace the one.


Let me know if your interested
vabowhnter@yahoo.com
540-493-1334

Yea but the 3500 isn't gonna carry anywhere near the payload of an f-550 or a 4500 if you wanna talk chevys.

Gravel Rat
02-18-2006, 01:03 PM
I think the point of the post is get a bigger truck a regular 1 ton just doesn't have the carrying capacity especially after your putting a 1800lb dump box on its back. I have been there done that I don't think I would ever run a regular 1 ton for hauling heavier loads.

A 550 is a big step up from a F-350 when I drove a F-550 it was a step up above my F-Superduty (F-450). What I found with the F-550 was it is a little too much truck if you used it for a daily driver.

If you need a little dump truck that will haul a decent load a 550 will do you.

Groundkeeperz
02-18-2006, 10:23 PM
I guess its all in what you want.
For mulch, soil and snow removal the 3500 or 350 should be fine.
I can fill the bed full on my 3500 dump truck with top soil or fill dirt to where its running over the sides and its still not overloaded. And the bed on my truck looks to be the same size as whats in the picture on the 550. My point is that you cant put but so much in a 8' dump bed with 24" sides.
2 pallets of pavers or stone, rock, soil what ever you want to haul your almost out of room before the trucks overloaded.

AtoZ
02-18-2006, 11:08 PM
$28,000 sounds a little steep for a 4 year old dump. Talk em down. I own a 2003 F-550 with the 6.0 powerstroke, 2 wd, 201" wb, 14' dump - it is hands down the best light duty dump I have ever owned. Turning ability sucks but that's ok. Mileage is around 10 to 11 mpg - sounds crappy but the truck weighs in @ 11,500 lbs empty. GVW is 19,000 lbs. I consistently gross 32,000 lbs with a load in the bed and skid loader and utility vehicle in tow. It pulls great. I have 30,000 miles on the truck and it is awesome. It rides better than my 2005 F-250. In fact I'd rather drive the dump than the pickup. Make sure you have an independant mechanic look at the truck or make sure it's certified. Also hook up a trailer and tow something. Make sure you make the right decision. I no longer buy used trucks because of the abuse they may have endured. Also - when you test drive the 550 if it tracks down the road straight and steering is tight and on dead center chances are you have a good one. I will never own another 350 or 3500 truck again. 550 or 5500 is the way to go for pickup price...

mag360
02-18-2006, 11:59 PM
MarkF
I got just what you need.
I actually bought this truck for what you need one for.
i wanted a truck that would work good for a lot of diferent uses.
Its short and manuavers very well but at the same time can haul a heck of a load. I wanted a short but stout truck for snow removal. But never even got a blade for this truck.
Its a 1 year old chevy 3500 4 x 4 silverado with a 8' bed that is alot like the one on the ford that you are looking at. It already has the snow plow prep package. It only has 25000 miles on it. Its got 2 36" tool boxes under the bed. Its white w/gray interior. 4:10 locking rear differential, 6.0 vortec V8, heavy duty 4spd automatic, ac, tilt, dual airbags,brand new a/t tires, 4 wheel abs, dual fuel tanks (50 gal)
All I want is payoff which will be around 24000 after my next payment.
I am replacing this truck with a 2500 series pickup and another 3500 series dump with a 12' landscape bed. Basically the truck ive got now is both of these trucks in one. I just need 2 trucks now to replace the one.


Let me know if your interested
vabowhnter@yahoo.com
540-493-1334


Looks like he already has a truck similar to yours only with diesel--which is better for hauling, plowing, fuel economy, etc. Just looking for more payload capacity.

The 550 looks nice.

Markf
02-19-2006, 09:39 AM
My son and I looked at another F550 and also test drove it at a Ford dealer. This one was basically the same set up as the other one, but was in better shape, had 28,000 miles on it, rode smoother and had better pick up. The interior seat was rip at the driver's left seam. Has a plow frame but no plow. We can transfer our 9ft Fisher from the other truck to this one. We have a verbal agreement at $25,000 and the dealer fixes the seat. I am waiting to hear back on Monday if it is a go.
Mark
P.S. You know what is a shame? There were several Lawnsite members that listed F550s for sale some time ago, I PM'ed them and never heard back. Even if it was sold, it would have been nice to be told that!

Emerscape
02-19-2006, 10:26 AM
i dont know if your interested I have a f450 for sale pretty much exactly like the f550's that you are looking at. email me at emerscape@yahoo.com if you are interested and I can shoot you some pictures. a 450, although not carrying as much as a f550, will keep you away from the CDL requirement for towing a skidsteer trailer

salandscape
02-19-2006, 10:42 AM
Just bought the '06 F550, it is an amazing truck. I fitted it with the 12' landcape bed with 40" sides. So far it has been used for plowing and some trash hauling, guys love the BOSS plow I bought, much faster hydro than the Fishers on the other trucks. I can tow the Bobcat and not even feel it back there (just don't forget it is there!) When the bed is loaded, had as much as 5 tons in it! Little over the GVW it still drives great, they have improved the turning radius on the new models turns sharper than my 2500. The diesel engine gets about 13mpg empty 9-10 loaded, about what you'd expect. I woulden't even dream of using it tp plow driveways, you are just asking for a problem, mine has a 9' blade and is just to long of a vecihle. I know nothing about the '05 models for chevy or ford, but new you can get a 550 4x4 for about the smae price as a 4500 4x2, the chevy does have the Duramax diesel engine and available PTO lift, The cab is far larger/ taller on the chevy. but the ford models haul more (550 vs 4500). If you are lookin got haul more bulk materials go for the bigger box (12') instead of the dump body (8'). And start bidding some parking lots.

Markf
02-19-2006, 05:04 PM
Emerscape,
Thanks, but we have decided to stick with the F550.
Mark

CutRight
02-19-2006, 09:26 PM
im in the same boat lookin to get a bigger dump. right now im looking at a Chevy 4500, will probably be what i get, is the only difference between the 4500 and the 5500 a bigger suspension in the 5500, therefore a higher legal GVW?

Markf
02-20-2006, 08:30 AM
Salesman said it has a limited slip diff and you could tell by looking at the shape of the diff. Others have told me that is not true, while others have said it is possible, so it took a stroll over to www.dieselstop.com and found this: (maybe it will help others)

"N NUMBER:

The first three vehicle identification number (VIN) positions are the world manufacturer code.
1FD — Ford Motor Company, USA, incomplete vehicle
1FM — Ford Motor Company, USA, multi-purpose vehicle
1FT — Ford Motor Company, USA, truck, completed vehicle
2FM — Ford Motor Company, Canada, multi-purpose vehicle
3FD — Ford Motor Company, Mexico, incomplete vehicle

The fourth VIN position is the vehicle brake type and GVWR code (all vehicles use hydraulic brakes).
N — 8,501-9,000 pounds GVWR with driver and front passenger air bags
S — 9,001-10,000 pounds GVWR with driver and front passenger air bags
W — 10,001-14,000 pounds GVWR with driver and front passenger air bags
X — 14,001-16,000 pounds GVWR with driver and front passenger air bags
A — 16,001-19,500 pounds GVWR with driver and front passenger air bags
H — 8,501-9,000 pounds GVWR, without air bags (Mexico)
J — 9,000-10,000 pounds GVWR, without air bags (Mexico)
K — 10,001-14,000 pounds GVWR, without air bags (Mexico)
L — 14,001-16,000 pounds GVWR, without air bags (Mexico)
M — 16,001-19,500 pounds GVWR, without air bags (Mexico)

Positions 5 through 7 indicate vehicle line, series and body type.
F20 — F-250, Regular Cab, 4x2, single rear wheels
X20 — F-250, SuperCab, 4x2, single rear wheels
W20 — F-250, Crew Cab, 4x2, single rear wheels
F21 — F-250, Regular Cab, 4x4, single rear wheels
X21 — F-250, SuperCab, 4x4, single rear wheels
W21 — F-250, Crew Cab, 4x4, single rear wheels
F30 — F-350, Regular Cab, 4x2, single rear wheels
X30 — F-350, SuperCab, 4x2, single rear wheels
W30 — F-350, Crew Cab, 4x2, single rear wheels
F31 — F-350, Regular Cab, 4x4, single rear wheels
X31 — F-350, SuperCab, 4x4, single rear wheels
W31 — F-350, Crew Cab, 4x4, single rear wheels
F32 — F-350, Regular Cab, 4x2, dual rear wheels
X32 — F-350, SuperCab, 4x2, dual rear wheels
W32 — F-350, Crew Cab, 4x2, dual rear wheels
F33 — F-350, Regular Cab, 4x4, dual rear wheels
X33 — F-350, SuperCab, 4x4, dual rear wheels
W33 — F-350, Crew Cab, 4x4, dual rear wheels
F34 — F-350, Regular Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x2, single rear wheels
X34 — F-350, SuperCab (Chassis Cab), 4x2, single rear wheels
W34 — F-350, Crew Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x2, single rear wheels
F35 — F-350, Regular Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x4, single rear wheels
X35 — F-350, SuperCab (Chassis Cab), 4x4, single rear wheels
W35 — F-350, Crew Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x4, single rear wheels
F36 — F-350, Regular Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x2, dual rear wheels
X36 — F-350, SuperCab (Chassis Cab), 4x2, dual rear wheels
W36 — F-350, Crew Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x2, dual rear wheels
F37 — F-350, Regular Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x4, dual rear wheels
X37 — F-350, SuperCab (Chassis Cab), 4x4, dual rear wheels
W37 — F-350, Crew Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x4, dual rear wheels
F46 — F-450, Regular Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x2
W46 — F-450, Crew Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x2
W42 — F-450, Crew Cab (with box), 4x2, dual rear wheels
W43 — F-450, Crew Cab (with box), 4x4, dual rear wheels
F47 — F-450, Regular Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x4
W47 — F-450, Crew Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x4
F56 — F-550, Regular Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x2
W56 — F-550, Crew Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x2
F57 — F-550, Regular Cab (Chassis Cab), 4x4
X46 — F-450, SuperCab (Chassis Cab), 4x2
X47 — F-450, SuperCab (Chassis Cab), 4x4
X56 — F-550, SuperCab (Chassis Cab), 4x2
X57 — F-550, SuperCab (Chassis Cab), 4x4
W57 — F-550, Crew Cab, (Chassis Cab), 4x4
U40 — Excursion, 4x2, XLT
U41 — Excursion, four-door, 4x4, XLT
U42 — Excursion, four-door, 4x2, Limited
U43 — Excursion, four-door, 4x4, Limited

The eighth VIN position is the engine displacement and number of cylinders.
L — 5.4L, Modular, SOHC, EFI, V8, Gas
S — 6.8L, SOHC, EFI, V10, Gas
F — 7.3L, OHV, DI Turbo, V8, Diesel
Z — 6.8L, gaseous fuel prep (F-Series)
D — 6.8L, propane only (F-Series)
B — 5.4L, propane only (F-Series)

The ninth VIN position is a government assigned, computer-generated check digit.

The tenth VIN position is the model year code.
· 2 — 2002

The eleventh VIN position is the assembly plant code.
S — Allen Park (Allen Park, Michigan)
E — Kentucky Truck (Jefferson County, Kentucky)
M — Cuautitlan (Cuautitlan, Mexico)

The last six VIN positions are an alphanumeric code for the vehicle build sequence. This is also the vehicle serial and warranty number.
· A0000-E99999 — Ford Division

Markf
02-20-2006, 08:30 AM
AND THIS

VEHICLE CERTIFICATION LABEL:

Exterior paint codes may be listed as a two-part code. The first set of characters listed indicate the vehicle primary body color code. The second set of characters listed (if applicable) indicated a two-tone or accent body color code.
AQ — Arizona Beige (clear coat), F-Series
BY — School Bus Yellow, Mexico sold only, F-Series
CX — Dark Shadow Gray (clear coat), F-Series
F1 — Vermilion Red (clear coat), F-Series
EP — Vermilion Red Solid, Mexico sold only, F-Series
FN — Dark Toreador Red, F-Series
GX — Dark Toreador Red, Mexico sold only, F-Series
L2 — True Blue (clear coat)
LR — Sapphire Blue (clear coat), F-Series
PB — Jewel Green, Mexico sold only, F-Series
PK — Chesapeake Blue, Mexico sold only, F-Series
PY — Highland Green (waterborne), F-Series
UD — Ebony, F-Series
TX — Bright Silver, Mexico sold only, F-Series
YO — Oxford White, Mexico sold only, F-Series
Z1 — Oxford White, Mexico build U.S. sold, F-Series
Z1 — Oxford White (clear coat), F-Series
Z3 — Silver Metallic (clear coat), F-Series
FL — Toreador Red, Excursion
JP — Silver Birch Metallic, Excursion
LD — Medium Wedgewood Blue, Excursion
P5 — Aspen Green, Excursion
ST — Estate Green, Excursion
TK — Mineral Gray, Excursion
UA — Ebony, Excursion
YZ — Oxford White, Excursion

Wheelbase
137 — 137-inch wheelbase (F-Series, Excursion)
141 — 141-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
142 — 142-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
156 — 156-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
158 — 158-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
162 — 162-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
165 — 165-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
172 — 172-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
176 — 176-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
189 — 189-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
200 — 200-inch wheelbase (F-Series)
201 — 201-inch wheelbase (F-Series)

Brake Type
B — Four-wheel anti-lock brakes system (ABS)

Interior trim codes are listed as a two-part code. The first character listed identifies the trim type. The second character listed identifies the interior trim color.

Interior Trim Type
K — Knitted vinyl bench seat, F-Series
C — Cloth bench seat, F-Series
F — Cloth captains chairs, Excursion
F — Flight bench seat, Mexico sold F-Series XLT only
G — High back cloth individual seats, F-Series
H — High back knitted vinyl individual seats, F-Series
J — High back vinyl individual seats, F-Series
3 — Cloth 40/20/40 seats, F-Series/Excursion
D — Cloth 40/20/40 seats with integrated restraints, F-Series
8 — Leather 40/20/40 seats, F-Series
9 — Leather 40/20/40 seats with integrated restraints, F-Series
2 — Cloth captains chairs, F-Series
6 — Cloth captains chairs with integrated restraints, F-Series
4 — Leather captains chairs, F-Series/Excursion
7 — Leather captains chairs with integrated restraints, F-Series
5 — Leather quad captains chairs, F-Series
L — Leather captains chairs, Excursion Limited
B —Leather captains chairs with vinyl rear bench, F-Series
M—Cloth 40/20/40 seats with rear bench mono. F-Series
P—Leather captains chairs with vinyl rear bench, F-Series
Interior Trim Color
H — Medium Parchment, F-Series
E — Medium Flint, F-Series/Excursion
B—Ebony, F-Series
D—Dark Flint, F-Series

Tape/Paint Stripe (TP/PS)
D — Light Argent/Medium Platinum/Light Argent, F-Series XLT
E — Arizona Beige/Dark Sandalwood/Arizona Beige, F-Series
F — Wild Strawberry/Dark Shadow Gray/Wild Strawberry, F-Series

Radio Type
7 — AM/FM stereo with clock, F-Series
G — Delete AM/FM stereo with clock, all other components installed, F-Series
9 — AM/FM stereo with cassette and clock, F-Series/Excursion
R — Delete AM/FM stereo with cassette and clock, all other components installed, F-Series
K — AM/FM stereo with cassette and compact disc player, F-Series/Excursion
Y — Delete standard AM radio with clock, F-Series
1 — AM/FM stereo with cassette and in-dash six disc compact disc (CD) changer, F-Series/Excursion

Axle Type
31 — 3.73 non-limited slip, F-250/Excursion
C1 — 3.73 limited slip, F-250/Excursion
32 — 4.10 non-limited slip, F-250
C2 — 4.10 limited slip, F-250/Excursion
33 — 4.30 non-limited slip, F-250
C3 — 4.30 limited slip, F-250/Excursion
36 — 4.56 non-limited slip, F-250
C6 — 4.56 limited slip, F-250
41 — 3.73 non-limited slip, F-350 (single rear wheels)
D1 — 3.73 limited slip, F-350 (single rear wheels)
42 — 4.10 non-limited slip, F-350 (single rear wheels)
D2 — 4.10 limited slip, F-350 (single rear wheels)
43 — 4.30 non-limited slip, F-350 (single rear wheels)
D3 — 4.30 limited slip, F-350 (single rear wheels)
46 — 4.56 non-limited slip, F-350 (single rear wheels)
D6 — 4.56 limited slip, F-350 (single rear wheels)
61 — 3.73 non-limited slip, F-350 (dual rear wheels)
F1 — 3.73 limited slip, F-350 (dual rear wheels)
62 — 4.10 non-limited slip, F-350 (dual rear wheels)
F2 — 4.10 limited slip, F-350 (dual rear wheels)
63 — 4.30 non-limited slip, F-350 (dual rear wheels)
66 — 4.56 non-limited slip, F-350 (dual rear wheels)
F6 — 4.56 limited slip, F-350 (dual rear wheels)
81 — 3.73 non-limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
E1 — 3.73 limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
82 — 4.10 non-limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
E2 — 4.10 limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
83 — 4.30 non-limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
E3 — 4.30 limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
86 — 4.56 non-limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
E6 — 4.56 limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
88 — 4.88 non-limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
EW — 4.88 limited slip, F-350 Chassis Cab, narrow frame (dual rear wheels)
G3 — 4.30 limited slip, F-450 Chassis Cab
73 — 4.30 non-limited slip, F-450 Chassis Cab
78 — 4.88 non-limited slip, F-450 Chassis Cab
G8 — 4.88 limited slip, F-450 Chassis Cab
75 — 5.38 non-limited slip, F-450 Chassis Cab
G5 — 5.38 limited slip, F-450 Chassis Cab
GW — 4.10 limited slip, F-450 Chassis Cab
98 — 4.88 non-limited slip, F-550 Chassis Cab
K8 — 4.88 limited slip, F-550 Chassis Cab
95 — 5.38 non-limited slip, F-550 Chassis Cab
K5 — 5.38 limited slip, F-550 Chassis Cab
KW — 4.10 limited slip, F-550 Chassis Cab

Transmission Type
E — Four-speed automatic overdrive (4R100), gasoline engines, F-Series/Excursion
9 — Four-speed automatic overdrive (4R100), diesel engine, F-Series/Excursion
6 — Six-speed manual, Dana ZF (M6HD-6), F-Series
5 — Six-speed manual, F-Series (5.4L, 6.8L Gas)
2 — Five-speed manual, F-Series (5.4L, 6.8L Gas/LPG), Mexico only

Springs
Springs codes are listed as a two-part code. The first character listed is for the front springs. The second code listed is for the rear springs. Auxiliary rear springs may also be listed.

Front Springs — F-Series
Base part number — 5310 (RH/LH)
Pre-fix — F81A
B — Suffix BA
C — Suffix CA
D — Suffix DA
E — Suffix EA
F — Suffix FA
G — Suffix GA
H — Suffix HA
I — Suffix RA
J — Suffix SA
K — Suffix TA
L — Suffix UA
Pre-fix — 1C34
S — Suffix AAA
T — Suffix ABA
U — Suffix ACA
V — Suffix ADA
W — Suffix AEA
X — Suffix AFA
Front Springs — Excursion
Base part number — 5310 (RH/LH)
Pre-fix — YC35
G — Suffix G
H — Suffix H
S — Suffix S
Pre-fix — 1C34
AG
AH
AJ
Rear Springs — F-Series
L — Rear air suspension
B — 1C34-5560-CB, F-250, F-350
C — 1C35-5560-DB, F-250, F-350
D — YC35-5560-EA, F-250, F-350
M — YC35-5A975-AA, F-450, F-550
N — YC35-5A975-BA, F-450, F-550
Auxiliary Springs — F-Series
A — YC35-5588-A (wide frame)
D — F81A-5588-D (narrow frame)
Rear Springs — Excursion
Base part number — 5560 (RH/LH)
Pre-fix — YC35
A — Suffix A
Pre-fix — 1C34
B — Suffix B

Markf
02-21-2006, 03:22 PM
The deal for the low mileage one is done. I should have it next week. Thanks for all of your help.
Mark