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Old 07-10-2014, 08:55 PM
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So I got a lead on a Dana 60 I'm wanting to lift my truck 2-3 inches over stock of an F 350 what size RSK would give me that wanting to keep 285 75 16 inch tires on my truck the F 250 sits a little low but I do tow a trailer so I don't want 4 inch lift just want to give her a nice stance anybody have pictures of their setups that would be similar to this

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The pic in my sig is of a SKY RSK with SD springs which is around 4~5". IIRC PMF has a 2.5~3" RSK and having bought some of Trevors stuff I must say it's top notch.
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So I got a lead on a Dana 60 I'm wanting to lift my truck 2-3 inches over stock of an F 350 what size RSK would give me that wanting to keep 285 75 16 inch tires on my truck the F 250 sits a little low but I do tow a trailer so I don't want 4 inch lift just want to give her a nice stance anybody have pictures of their setups that would be similar to this

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Here is mine with a Sky 3" RSK, "D" code front springs (Excursion front springs) and 285/75/16 Michelins. The rear has SD "B" code springs and 2" F250 blocks on a 2001 10.5" rear axle. I mention the rear axle because the spring perch is 1" thicker than the original 10.25" rear axle. To get the same ride height on a 10.25" rear axle, use the 3" F350 blocks. The ride is great and my truck sits 1" taller than my friend's stock F350 with the same tires.

You can use a PMF RSK, a 2.25" setup will sit a bit lower, too.

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Old 07-13-2014, 12:26 PM
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d60 with 4'' rsk and 6" pro-comp springs. go big-ish or go home baby!
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Its my daily driver/ work truck it tows a 40ft something flatbed gooseneck and a 30 ft gooseneck stock trailer can't have it to high

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2.25" PMF RSK w V code(wish i went U or D code for better& lower ride) springs and 315s


2.25" PMF RSK w U codes(460 truck and rides awesome) and 325/65/18s(35x13)
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