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I've searched. Looking to see how much lift is on my 94 F350

 
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I've searched. Looking to see how much lift is on my 94 F350

I bought a used truck. Trying to figure out if there's a lift. Curious if anyone has measurements from axle end to fender? Pics included. By the way those are bfg 34" it's a 94.5 f350 with the psd the blocks in the rear are 4"

Thanks in advance for input

Also I did multiple searches and couldn't find anything.



 
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If your asking about your said truck above posted if it has a lift it does look lifted some....I could be wrong but I hope in no time you clean up that cancer I wouldn't want to see a nice truck get ditched into the junk yard or scrapped because of rot.
 
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Body and paint is next weekends mission. Have a little welding to do but for an older truck it's not too bad.

Hoping someone has a 94ish f350 so I can get those measurements and see where I'm at compared to stock height.
 
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Body and paint is next weekends mission. Have a little welding to do but for an older truck it's not too bad.

Hoping someone has a 94ish f350 so I can get those measurements and see where I'm at compared to stock height.
Wish I could help you I will be getting a 1994 F350 soon but non-4x4 and we'll like I said I don't have it yet to measure. Someone will chime in and help soon I'm sure.

Post photos of body work and paint when finished where you located? Would love to see finished product and how is undercarriage?
 
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looks stock height to me. 4 inch rear blocks between axle and spring are stock for the F-350.
 
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Originally Posted by Irish19614x4 View Post
Wish I could help you I will be getting a 1994 F350 soon but non-4x4 and we'll like I said I don't have it yet to measure. Someone will chime in and help soon I'm sure.

Post photos of body work and paint when finished where you located? Would love to see finished product and how is undercarriage?
It was a farmers truck and it's actually super clean underneath. I'm in the Indianapolis area. Will get some pics as I go.
 
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looks stock height to me. 4 inch rear blocks between axle and spring are stock for the F-350.
Kinda what I thought from my research but, everyone at work was arguing that it's got a little lift on it. That's why I was looking to see if someone could get me some reference measurements.

Thanks and have a great day!
 
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Looks fairly stock to me. Doesn't sit much different than my '90 F250 on similar size rubber.
 
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Good. So with a 4" it should fit 37" with plenty of room. Only thing that makes me nervous about the lifts is most of them I find are springs for front and blocks for rear. Sooooo that means putting an 8" block in the back. Makes me nervous as this trucks life is going to get a little crazy.
 
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don't do rear blocks.
do springs on all 4 corners.
with 4 inch lift you will be able to run 37 inch tall tires by shimming the front bumper, or trimming the side edges a bit without any problems.
 
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Building a custom winch bumper so clearance there shouldn't be an issue. Any recommendation on rear springs? Only one I've found is St. Louis spring.
 
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talk to Junior at ATS springs. he is a site vendor and will tighten you up.
http://www.autoandtrucksprings.com/
 
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Looks stock to me..
4" rear blocks anf 5 leaf springs(6 if it has the single over load leaf)
2 leaf springs in the front(any more than 2 would be a lift spring)
 
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Yes sir you're right. I checked and its 2 in the front 6 in the rear. Guess it's time to assemble a proper lift. Can't imagine there's any pinion angle issues at 4"???
 
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there will be, but usually the kit will supply the proper block to change pinion angle..
 
 
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