GEN 2 What to do with lightly used stock front and rear springs?

Ski4Ever

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I recently replaced my front and rear springs (with 14,000 miles on them, about 13950 of which was highway driving, and the rest just dirt roads, and NO four wheeling), and now I have the stock parts (springs, rear leaf block, etc) laying around taking up space in the garage. Anyone ever sell them? Is there a market for them? Would they fit on a regular F-150 if someone wanted to upgrade? What's the going rate for this stuff? If nobody ever buys used springs, I guess I'll just take them to the metal recycling place sometime, but I'd rather sell them if possible! Thoughts?
 

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I’m in the same boat. Rear leafs, front and rear shocks, front and rear bumpers everything has under 6000 miles on it and found a place in the corner of my shed. It would suck to just throw it away.
 

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Same situation here. Full set of Live Valve components, leafs, and way more. I’d give a lot of it away if it was useful to someone.
 

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tried to give mine away online for 2 months. Put em at curb in front yard they were gone by morning. front bumper and rear leafs.
 

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Save them for when you send you new shocks in for a rebuild
 

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I sold my front bumper and skid plate on Craig’s List for $250 in about two weeks. I sold my stock wheels and tires without TPMS sensors for $1100 in a week. They guy who bought them was driving a stock 2WD F150, so I doubt they fit without some additional changes. ;)

I was not able to sell my front springs, rear leaf springs or factory IC after more than 2 months, so I finally took them to the dump to get it all out of my garage.
 
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