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F series Front end

ok i have a 96 F-250 2wd and i have another truck same year but its a F-150 2wd witch has the frame bent. i ve looked under both of them and besides the spindles being different everything looks the same. so what i am trying to do is my friend has a 95 F-150 4x4 that the body is falling off of and wants to give me so if i were to take everything off his 150 like front susp, rear susp tranny and transfercase and drive shafts i could turn my F-250 into 4x4.
 
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Old 07-23-2009, 07:49 AM
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yes you can it is a straight bolt on swap and you only need the rearend if its different lug pattern or or gear ratio.
 
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ok thanx a lot, so if i where going to lift the truck after i get everything in i would get a lift kit for a F-150 right?
 
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IIRC the TTB bolt pattern for the F150 and F250(where they bolt to the crossmember) are different.
 
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what does IIRC stand for
 
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IIRC = If I Remember Correctly
FWIW = For What Its Worth

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lol ok. now i know
 
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IIRC = If I Remember Correctly
FWIW = For What Its Worth

I try to be younger than i am
Hey Brad-is there a website that list all of these abbreviations? I guess that I am too old to get all of these !
 
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Not that i know of. maybe the younger crowd could do a list
 
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Not that i know of. maybe the younger crowd could do a list
Here ya go!
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http://www.gaarde.org/Acronyms/
 
 
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