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post #1 of 3 Old 08-12-2010, 11:30 PM Thread Starter
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Question 4wd Excursion Lift ???

i have a 2000 EX w/ 3.5" now but was trying to see what the difference was in the springs of the EX vs. F250 same year ?
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I have been curious about this same question. I currently have a 2001 excursion that I am looking to lift but not sure whether I should just replace the springs or go with a 4" lift. What size tires and rims are you running now?
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IMO std lift companys do not have whats needed for the Excursion and just using a off the shelf kit will not get you the best results. I have been helping Excursion owners for 6 years fix the handling problems these trucks have. Please PM me for complete info and pricing if interested. Hundreds of post on many forums about my mods.

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