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Old 12-24-2012, 11:21 AM
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something ive always wanted to know

ever since i first got my 93 f150 ive always wondered to myself how much higher the stock 4wd 250 sits compared to something like my stock 4wd f150. i love the look of the stock f250s with 33s on it and i really would like to know how much lift i need to sit exactly like that..
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every body here on the forum says to put the coil springs from a 250 in our 150 , it will give like 2" of lift to the front.

there should be enough room in the rear for the 33's

with the spring change you will not need longer shocks,unless your going major off road.

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Old 12-24-2012, 12:36 PM
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Have a 94 f-150 and i put the 2 inch leveling coils from jeff's bronco graveyard and tried and tried to get the camber right but ended up bringing it too a shop and they couldn't figure it out so i had to buy the 2 inch i-beam drop brackets another 150 bucks!!
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thanks so much! I ended up putting a full two inch lift in it now I just need the money to actually get tires! but I ordered and installed coil spring spacers and a inch and a half block for the rear I was just concerned on if that'll sit it like a stock 250 with bigger tires cause it's hard to tell with stock tires !? thanks for the help guys!
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