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Old 10-23-2013, 12:11 PM
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Everyone mentions 4" blocks am I missing something? The stock f350 block is 3 1/2" the next step I found is the ready lift 5". If there truly is a 4" block im interested since im installing a 1 1/2" front bottom spring spacer on an f350. The 5" is too high.
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I ended up with 1 1/2" spacers up front and stock f350 blocks in the rear I have 3/4" of rake
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Just bought a 12 F 250, so I'm going 35/12.50-20 just to confirm, 2" level kit in front and remove F 250 blocks and replace with F350 blocks in rear, is it cheaper to get the blocks for rear aftermarket, and if so how thick are they, I can just imagine the price of F350 blocks from Ford ! I also notice Top Gun has the 2" leveling for $69 as opposed to Auto Springs $128 but Top Gunz don't include the shock extensions, are they a definite must ?
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