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2004 f350 lift options

Looking for 4-6" lift options for a 2004 f350.

Any suggestions?
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There are a few of options for the front and rear.

Front: hangers(added to the top of leafs to give more space between the leaf and the cab) mini blocks( a set of blocks that are set below the leaf spring) and a brand new set of leafs which is what I would suggest. There are a few brands out there rough country, tuff country etc etc but if you want it to ride great when you are done I would highly suggest using some lifted leaf springs made by a company called deaver springs.

Rear: taller blocks ( I would recommend the ones made by precision metal fabrication because their design supports the u-bolts) Ford Fabricated Lift Blocks

or you could buy a new set of lifted leafs. Another thing to consider while you have the u-bolts out anyway is adding traction bars to reduce axle wrap.

I only know all of this because I too was looking to install a lift(2") on my 04 F350 but I decided that I would rather put the money toward bulletproofing.

hope this helps


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