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2004 on 35's..... question

I have a 2004 F250 that I currently have s leveling spring under and run 305/60/18's. I would like to move up to 35x12.50's and wonderingwhat everyone else did.... made up a lift or went all out on a 4" lift... any clearance issues or regrets with what you did??

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My truck is a F350 and all I did was level it and I was able to squeeze 35s in the wheel wells. My only issue is losing the ability to turn the wheel to full lock. They rub on the leaf springs


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They only rub the leaf? My father's truck is a '99 F350 with a leveling spring, and we both have 33's but his still sits noticeably higher than my F250. I think that it can be done fine on a 1 ton but I don't think it'll work on mine...

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If you have V codes a 3' hanger kit will clear 35".
If the tires rub a spring adjust the track bar to recenter the axle.
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Hangers just up front or all around

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Just up front, rear block.
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And this should do the trick then??

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