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Old 03-29-2009, 06:17 PM
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1 1/4" Rear Blocks, What Size Shocks???

Ok, I have a 2.5" leveling kit, and I have an additional 1 1/4" on the rear of a F-250. What size Bilstein 5100 series shocks do you guys think would fit the best? I think they have a 0-1" set and then a 2-3" set for the rear... Thanks in advance
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You could probably buy a set made for a stock F350
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You could probably buy a set made for a stock F350
Yea, that might work. I had a guy make the blocks for me, and I dont know what made him do the extra 1/4". I know its not a lot, but it would allow me not to worry that if I got the 0-1" rear ones they wouldnt fit.
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these are the ones you want - just did this setup on my truck - leveling kit and 350 blocks

f4-be5-c335-h0 front
f4-be5-c336-h0 rear
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these are the ones you want - just did this setup on my truck - leveling kit and 350 blocks

f4-be5-c335-h0 front
f4-be5-c336-h0 rear
Thanks man. Did you mean to make those a link, or just the Bilstein part number?
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um......part numbers. isnt that what you wanted?????
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um......part numbers. isnt that what you wanted?????
yea, that works. I was just making sure Thanks bro
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