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Old 07-09-2009, 09:42 PM
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lowering a superduty.

hi, i would like to remove the rear axel blocks from my 04 f-350 to level off my 5th wheel .has anyone done this before?
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Old 07-10-2009, 07:19 AM
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ya no biggie i've done it on my last three trucks, you can either get a set of 2" rear blocks from a f250, or napa has them on the shelf, just cut off extra axle u-bolt when done
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Ok so whats the purpose of this ? gain ? You remove the block your *** is gonna sag when loaded.
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im doing this so my 5th wheel will ride level.im not removing any leaf springs so i cant see where it would sag. besides this is a F350 with overloads.i could drop my fat ex out of an airplane in to the truck box from 20,000 feet with a sherman tank strapped to her a## and it wouldnt go down an inch.
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im doing this so my 5th wheel will ride level.im not removing any leaf springs so i cant see where it would sag. besides this is a F350 with overloads.i could drop my fat ex out of an airplane in to the truck box from 20,000 feet with a sherman tank strapped to her a## and it wouldnt go down an inch.
best post ever!!!
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Old 07-13-2009, 05:05 AM
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If I wanted a smart *** remark I would have asked for one. Whatever. There's reasoning to me asking what gains and purpose guess you read over that and came up with a immature answer.

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Old 07-15-2009, 03:25 PM
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your not dating her,are you? if so i am truly sorry.
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Old 07-15-2009, 03:37 PM
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your not dating her,are you? if so i am truly sorry.
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If I wanted a smart *** remark I would have asked for one. Whatever. There's reasoning to me asking what gains and purpose guess you read over that and came up with a immature answer.
i think he made it pretty clear when he said he wanted to level it out. and then said it again.

i removed the blocks from my 250 and also took my overload springs out. i have since put stuff in the bed and it didnt "sag" much at all. its no 5th wheel but im sure you could just put some 250 blocks back there
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Old 07-16-2009, 03:03 PM
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your not dating her,are you? if so i am truly sorry.
What a comedian
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