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Old 11-19-2009, 06:47 PM
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F250 UBOLTS SAME AS F350 ??

ups came today w my new F350 blocks and ubolts
to swap out my F250 blocks but i was surprised to see the u-bolts are the same length i assumed they would be longer
now just placing new blocks next to old and eyeballin it appears
ill be just threading the nut on enough to grab all the thread of the nut but no more
to those who have done this swap before
are new u bolts supposed to be longer?
im thinking ahead what if i want to install add-a-leafs down the road
so are f350 ubolts longer than f250's

2004 f250 fx4 sc sb
5.4 tow pkg plow pkg (overloads)
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Old 11-19-2009, 07:05 PM
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bolts should have been longer, just getting the nut on is not gonna be good enough. I would call the vendor that you bought it from and have them ship the correct ones out.
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It depends on the configuration...

U-Bolts for a F350 SRW 4x2 will be the same as an F250 4x4 ...they both have 2" blocks
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Not sure if it helps but I just went out and checked mine, I have a little over an inch of thread sticking above the nut. I also have heavy service suspension and SRW if that makes any difference IDK.
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thanx for response's guys
the part# i have is N811667S436
does anyone know what part# for the longer ubolts are?
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Suggest you email Ed Olson at Y2KFord and ask him to look up the part number. He is a sponsor here, so you can look up the link.
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Suggest you email Ed Olson at Y2KFord and ask him to look up the part number. He is a sponsor here, so you can look up the link.
did that
the right parts are on there way now
that guys good im gonna send some reps his way
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