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Old 11-02-2010, 09:29 AM
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f250 leveling kit.

are there any other options other than add-a-leafs? it'd be real easy to go with blocks or lift shackles, but i havent found any anywhere. whats out there?
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when i leveled my truck i used mini springs, u can find them on ebay for $120. You will also need either a lowered trac bar bracket, or an adjustable trac bar.
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Old 11-02-2010, 10:57 AM
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The best leveling kit for an OBS 250 is a Dana 60. Center of my front fender sits @ 39.5" and rear sits @ 40". It takes care of the problematic TTB 50 and levels the truck. Best of both worlds
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when i leveled my truck i used mini springs, u can find them on ebay for $120. You will also need either a lowered trac bar bracket, or an adjustable trac bar.

Doesn't apply he has a TTB.

TTB..as stated save your $$ till you can do a D60 swap.
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Old 11-02-2010, 01:46 PM
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is the dana 60 just in the OBS or did they use it in the super duties too?
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The D60 is the solid axle found in F350s. The easiest is to find a '95 - '97 with the same gear ratio and get all brackets, trac bar, sway bar etc.
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Use it and then if you want the best ride quality..as good as any SD get our RS kit, Bilsteins and SD V and B codes..you won't belive the difference.

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Old 11-02-2010, 07:30 PM
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Thanks guys.

Ill be putting the Dana 60 swap on the list as well. I was hoping for something cheap and easy right now.

Ideally id like to take care of the engine mods first, so thats the focus at the moment.
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Use it and then if you want the best ride quality..as good as any SD get our RS kit, Bilsteins and SD V and B codes..you won't belive the difference.

Cary
V and B codes?
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Old 11-03-2010, 12:10 PM
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Springs from a 99-04 SD truck..mod I developed 9-10 years ago..PM me for more info but tons of post about the results.
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