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post #1 of 4 Old 08-23-2009, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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Add A Leaf for an 06 F250?

I installed a Ready Lift 2.5" on my truck, and F350 blocks in the back, and its close, but the back is still a little low. At first the truck sat about right on, but now the back is a little low, and its not coming back up. I would prefer not putting another leaf in the pack, but I think would be a better option than stacking a small block with the F350 one I already have installed. Would be less axle wrap, just dont want a harsh ride.

I have standard springs, AKA the non camper package, (wish I had them now).

What are a good set of add a leafs? Should I be looking for? Long or short? What brand?



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I know someone has some advice.



06 CCSB Lariat 102K
Factory 20s w/ Nitto Trail Grappler 35X12.5X20
Vegistroke 75,000 miles
2.5" Readylift Level
ARP Head Studs
EGR delete
Swamps 58V FICM
Isspro Gauges, EGT, Boost, Trans.
20ft of 4" straight pipe!!
SCT X3 BAMF Innovative Xtreme Race


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Don't know how much good this will be but this is what I plan to do ultimately, go to a salvage yard and see if they have a 350 or something and get the rear leafs from that... Good lick man. I don;t know anything about add-a-leaf... sorry I can't help more

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When I was down in TX I was considering getting a set of camper springs from a junk yard, but the over load brackets are riveted to the frame and the guy wouldnt let me grind on the frame to get them off. From all I have heard, the F250 to F350 rear springs, the only difference is that the F250 has a 2" block, and the F350 is a 3 5/8" Block. I have the 350 block in, but its still not enough.



06 CCSB Lariat 102K
Factory 20s w/ Nitto Trail Grappler 35X12.5X20
Vegistroke 75,000 miles
2.5" Readylift Level
ARP Head Studs
EGR delete
Swamps 58V FICM
Isspro Gauges, EGT, Boost, Trans.
20ft of 4" straight pipe!!
SCT X3 BAMF Innovative Xtreme Race


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