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Old 11-16-2010, 01:47 PM
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Some Questions On My 96 F350

I'm working on the bild plan for my 96 CC LB 4X4 F350 i want to do a RSK and lift the truck High enuf to put 44s on for playing and 40s for DD duty. how much lift where do i get the RSK ? What gears would you runIt has 4.10 stock. For power adders i want to chip intercool and a new or lower mile motor it's almost 300,000 miles. then injectors and a biger turbo haft to have trans rebilt. ANy ideas and input would help

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PS this is a long time frame project. two three years at least

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Old 11-17-2010, 08:52 AM
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IMO...sell the axles and get '05 up SD's as you will need better brakes. Then bolt on a Rize 12" 4 link SD lift kit.. Gearing 4.56 min, and you will need a built trans as its gona be very hard on it.

If you have to keep your axles then a RS kit with a Icon custom 10" kit would be next best option.

PM if I can help..I developed the RS kit SD spring swap and the '05 up swap.

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Old 11-22-2010, 05:11 PM
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Well the more I think about it I'm going to go a different way for now. Probly going to try to sell my 08 so I'm going to fix the small stuf and use this one. Still want to do RSK but keep stock springs, And have trans rebilt. Also Need to pull motor replace oil pan gasket and put back in. any inside info on pulling motor would help being I have never done one this one or one like this. Where is a good place to get a DP from and any tricks on this.
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Old 11-24-2010, 05:00 PM
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Raul has good DP's hes a sponsor here. there is a writeup on removal somewhere, step by step.

if when the motor is out, replace any corroded freeze plugs, and replace the coolant pipe plugs, rebuild the oil cooler, por15 the oil pan or use rhino or line-x. if your still planning on performance its a great time to install an electric fuel system. what are you looking at for performance?
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right now mostly stock. But i was thinking about electric fuel whats best way to do it. The oil pan is geting replaced any way that's why i got to pull the motor it pours out the front pan to timming cover gasket. Also any body know where if any one makes an windsheild chanel patch.

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