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Old 02-22-2012, 01:00 PM
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i would need info about rear blocks fast.

hi all. i have a -03 4wd excursion 6.0 ps
and i would need to know what rear blocks i would need that i gain about 1-2 inch lift to my truck rear end.
i did install v-code leafs front and those lift my front end quite a bit so now my rear end is low and it looks goofy.

i try to find time to measure my stock blocks tomorrow.
im just going to order stuff from tousley so i try to get the blocks to the same order.

and cause i live in Finland it is not cheap,fast or easy return or change parts so i need to get it right at the first time...

all info is more than welcome

thanks advance : Juza
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Old 02-22-2012, 01:19 PM
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Measure the rear blocks you have on your truck now and then add what you're looking to gain. So if you have a 2" block and want to add 2", you need a 4" block. I would not stack blocks.
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i kind of mean is exsample 350 block taller than ex stock block... if are how much.

in simple math i need 1 or 2 inch bigger replacement block.
tomorrow i can measure my own block but i wouldnt know specs for any other Ford blocks...

tousley ford is the place where i would like to buy those blocks if there is
a block what could do the trick.
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Not positive but i think you have the 3/4 ton F250 blocks. You need the 1 ton F350 blocks. Probably flat. Make sure the ones you have now don't taper in the front.
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i kind of mean is exsample 350 block taller than ex stock block... if are how much.

in simple math i need 1 or 2 inch bigger replacement block.
tomorrow i can measure my own block but i wouldnt know specs for any other Ford blocks...

tousley ford is the place where i would like to buy those blocks if there is
a block what could do the trick.
I would not suggest stacking blocks... Go with an add a leaf
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is it call stacking the blocks if take orginal block off the truck and replace it with another bigger one?

just asking cause english is'nt realy my own langue and somethimes i get confused...or write it funny. i try my best.
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Old 02-22-2012, 10:24 PM
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is it call stacking the blocks if take orginal block off the truck and replace it with another bigger one?

just asking cause english is'nt realy my own langue and somethimes i get confused...or write it funny. i try my best.
No it's me I read the post wrong sorry man!
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No it's me I read the post wrong sorry man!

don't worry.
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i have about 2 inch tall blocks so i would need 3 or 4 inch tall blocks..

anyone have clue how tall 1 ton 350 blocks are ?
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