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It says it's rated for a max of 2200 lbs, which should be plenty strong for f150 springs. But I think it'll be cheaper to just take it to a spring shop and have them do it. $50 at most.
 

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Plus, if it doesn't "work" it could be bad. I'd rather have someone do it than take the chance of getting hit in the face by a supersonic spring.
 

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Pretty sure I'm not going to find a shop to do it for $50.
As for being it in the face by a spring... that's like looking down the barrel of a loaded gun. Real smart...

Ill take my chances with the "supersonic" spring. Cant be any worse then working on split rim aircraft tires... same ticking time bomb.
 

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Deff legit! It will pay for its self in no time also. I did mine with 2 sets of the thred all looking things that you use an inpact gun on.
 

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Also even thow i keept it between 2 tires and never ever ever put you face in front of a spring i had on a street bike helmet lol
 

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Ya I destroyed a spring compressor once, there are some really good ones but they are like $250. Don't try the $60 ones. They are meant for a car.
 
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