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F super duty early f450 springs in a 250 4x4

Just as a title says I'm looking to see if I can put the F Super Duty Springs an F 250 like a 95-97 I'm just wondering if it would work or not and by the Super Duty I mean I'm talking about the early F 450

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Even if they did fit, and id imagine your looking to do this to give u lift, u will then run into problems getting it aligned.

If u were to do it, only do it on a D60

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Yup, they will bolt in. Then you would need about a 6-8" drop bracket for the TTB

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Re: F super duty early f450 springs in a 250 4x4

Well then I guess I'll be buying the 4 inch lift I wanted lol

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On a D-60 i hope?

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Well then I guess I'll be buying the 4 inch lift I wanted lol
If you are just looking for OE-ish ride height, then a set of new springs do much for the F250's. The suspension on the TTB fatigues the springs and bushings much faster than a solid axle like the D60.

A set of new springs are about $250 or so.

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