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2011 rear springs

Can someone who has 2011 f350 4x4 with the camper package take a picture of your rear spring set up? I need to see exactly what springs i need to make my f250 the same. Thanks

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I'll help ya out.
It'll be this afternoon tho
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Im a day late guys, I work third shift and I have to go in at 1030 on Sundays. So must my day is spent sleeping.
Walked outta work and realized I forgot to snap some pictures.
If you need better ones or different angles let me know.




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Thanks man, guess there really is no difference between the 250 and 350 except for a taller block. Just ordered an extra spring from general spring and i have a set of 350 blocks. Gutters I'll see How that works. Thanks fire taking the time to take pics.

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Thanks man, guess there really is no difference between the 250 and 350 except for a taller block. Just ordered an extra spring from general spring and i have a set of 350 blocks. Gutters I'll see How that works. Thanks fire taking the time to take pics.

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A standard F250 will have the shorter 2" block, lower overload, and 2 leaf main pack.

F350 Camper Package will have the taller 3 5/8" block, lower overload, 2 leaf main pack, and upper overloads with contact pads on the frame as well as a rear sway bar.
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A standard F250 will have the shorter 2" block, lower overload, and 2 leaf main pack.

F350 Camper Package will have the taller 3 5/8" block, lower overload, 2 leaf main pack, and upper overloads with contact pads on the frame as well as a rear sway bar.
Thanks, i am so missing my 2011. I just put that 4.5 starter kit i bought from you on there.

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