Will scout II springs fit on an M37

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brucetibbetts

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I was wondering if anyone has tried putting putting Scout II springs on an M37? The reason I asked was that scout II springs and m37 springs appear to be the same width. I am looking to put a lift in my M37 and I know you can still get lift springs for a Scout II so I wasnt sure if I could make that work. I'm sure it's been looked at and probably wont work but worth a try asking the question.
 

nattieleather

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You say they are the same width but are they the same length? Also I think that people who want to raise the front of the truck have just taken their spring packs and added a leaf in or had them rebuilt by a spring company and they added the additions leafs in. I'm would guess that if the scout II springs are the same length and width then there is no reason they wouldn't bolt in.
 

brucetibbetts

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You say they are the same width but are they the same length? Also I think that people who want to raise the front of the truck have just taken their spring packs and added a leaf in or had them rebuilt by a spring company and they added the additions leafs in. I'm would guess that if the scout II springs are the same length and width then there is no reason they wouldn't bolt in.

That's what I dont know I guess if they are the same length. Not sure how to find that out. I know I can measure my springs but I dont know anyone with a scout II to measure theres
 

WillWagner

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It would most likely be easier and have a better outcome if you removed the springs and took them to someplace near you that rebuilds them. The ride will be better, new bushings. If you put your location in with a city/state....like you are supposed to do....I could help you find that someplace. Also, keep in mind that if you lift it, drive angles and slip engagement will be affected.
 
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