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Question 04 2wd Dually Lift

I recently bought an 04 F350 2wd Dually, I haven't been able to locate a lift for the truck, looking for new re-arched rear springs 2-4" of lift and anything for the front. Does anyone have any ideas, greatly appreciated.
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Seems as though fabtech sells one, but in the foot notes it states non Dually models what's the difference?

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Aside from Dana 80 and sterling 10.50

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I have the same issue and here is what I found. You can run a 2" leveling kit (which Im going to do) with some 285 75 16's and call it a day. Or you can do a lift. There are two companies that make the lift. One is pro comp and the other is fabtech. The only difference is that who ever is installing the lift will have to get different ubolts for the rear. If you do go with the pro comp I suggest getting different shocks bc the ES9000's that it comes with are crap.
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I run a 265/75/16 now with no issue, the leveling kit comes with blocks? Could just find used Dually blocks from a 4x4 and call it a day and only get the front rite

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The front leveling kit is just a spacer. Now Im wondering if a can run a 35" tire lol. I hope the 285s arent to small
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