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F350 DRW lift?

Hey guys, I didnt know where to post this, so I just put it in here... mods move it to its designated area..

My question is this, I am really starting to like the 350 drw.. only thing is I havent seen any with a lift.. Can anyone tell me if they have lift kits available for the 350drw.. or no way?

I have a 2006 f250 6.0 powerstroke and was thinking of trading it in for a 350drw powerstroke if I were able to lift the 350... it just looks.... meaner

Let me know! Thanks in advance!
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yes they do but off the top of my head I don't know who. I'm pretty sure fabtech or any big name suspension company offers one. I know for a fact Kelderman offers an air suspension for the same price as a small house

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same lift kit as a single rear wheel F350. Check with all the major lift kit companies for options. The vendors on this site can hook you up too.


Only problem with a dually is, to put bigger tires on it you have to use wheel spacers. And buy 6 expensive tires.....
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fabtech for sure makes one... also ORU makes some sick kits but are very expensive... its pretty much the same kit except for the u bolts in the rear.. .since the DRW axles are bigger they are also wider diemeter so all you do is order wider U bolts to bolt on the springs.....ive seen some as high as 8" and they go way higher depends how much you want to spend
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Yeah, do it. I have been thinking about doing mine. As soon as I win the lottery, I will have a big truck with training wheels on it.

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does anyone have pics of a drw lifted? id like to see the stance and what not of it... if i like it, i just might do it if not.. I plan on lifting my 250 way up
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I can't remember but i think there are a few in here
http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/nig...y-gallery.html

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a dually looks real tuff lifted high...
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check this one out...I think I got this a long time ago off the skyjacker website. it is cool

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