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Old 01-09-2010, 11:11 PM
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Exclamation Looking For a Body Lift for 04 F250

Hey guys, Ive been looking around for a 2in Body Lift for a 2004 F250 Super Crew. I have a 6in lift with 37s on now, and im rubbing a little on the backside of the front tire well when the wheels turned all the way. Besides cutting out the fender and having medal work done or going to a smaller tire (which isnt gonna happen); I cant think of another option besides body lift. I havent seen any body lifts out there for 2004s. Any help would be great.
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There aren't any body lift kits for Super Duty trucks. If you want to lift the body (which looks like doo-doo IMO) you're on your own to figure it out.
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Too bad that you have the diesel engine... BDS makes a 3" body lift kit for the 1999-2003 Super Duties with the gas engine.

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3" Body Lift - 1999-03 - F-250/F-350 Super Duty, 2/4WD
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Fits - 1999-2003 Ford F-250/F-350 Super Duty, 2WD and 4WD

3" Body Lift Kit Includes - Front and Rear Bumper Brackets and Steering Adapter

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  1. Will not fit models with a diesel motor.
  2. Rear bumper brackets are for appearance only, not to be used for towing.
  3. Fits standard cab, extended cab, crew cab, long box and short box.
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Here is another 3" body lift kit from Zone Offroad Products but is for the gas engine.

Zone Offroad - Body Lifts - 99-03 Super Duty
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Body Lift=FAIL
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Thanks guys, i didnt think there was anything out there but wanted to check just in case. I by no means want a body lift, i hate them more than i do ricer racers! Im just tryin to find a fix for my fender rub.
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How about smaller tires?
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Smaller Tires? Now what kind of red blooded american would want to go to a smaller tire? lol i know theres away for me to fix the problem but im trying to stay away from the "home made fix" if you know what i mean.
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What size wheels do you have on the truck? Do you know the back spacing? Also, what brand lift kit was installed on the truck? You may be able to gain some lift with new shackles...
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What size wheels do you have on the truck? Do you know the back spacing? Also, what brand lift kit was installed on the truck? You may be able to gain some lift with new shackles...
I have a 6.5" Pro Comp lift with Toyo Open Country 37x13.50s. Im not sure what my back spacing is right now but i already have a 2"(pretty sure) spacer on already.
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Pro Comp makes an 2" add-on kit for your 6.5" lift kit. It's Part# 52484B.

http://www.explorerprocomp.com/PDFs/07cat/28-43.pdf

[LEFT]P/N 52484B [FONT=Helvetica-Condensed][SIZE=1][FONT=Helvetica-Condensed][SIZE=1]is available to increase
the height of an existing Pro Comp
6.5” lift system. This package provides
heavy duty 2” replacement front
spring hangers, 2” extended length
spring shackles, eccentric track bar
adjustment hardware (keeps the axle
centered under the truck), front
driveshaft spacer, rear driveshaft
carrier bearing drop bracket, longer
sway bar links, longer ES9000 shock
absorbers and all of the needed
hardware.


Both packages are available without
shocks absorbers – request P/N
52484B-1 or 52482B-1
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thanks a lot man!! that really helps...now the problem is passing that by the wife aka banker!
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thanks a lot man!! that really helps...now the problem is passing that by the wife aka banker!
LOL! I can't help you with that one... You have a nice looking Super Duty! Also, I see that you are in the military... thank you for your service to our country!
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