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Old 08-16-2012, 12:13 PM
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Hey guys, Its been a while since Ive posted anything on this site, since I sold my 99 f350. But I just acquired 2003 f 250 with the 6.0, 2wd. So far Ive got a 4" MBRP turbo back on it....Now I am tired of the way it sits lower in the front then in the rear... Instead of buying a leveling kit and lifting the front end, I just want to take the block off thats sitting under the leaf springs? My question is after a take the block of where will the leaf pack rest? I can see the top of the block has like a support contour Thanks


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Old 08-16-2012, 12:45 PM
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Thought bout doing it to my mine. So bump
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Old 08-16-2012, 12:50 PM
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I know the obs trucks like mine did had a flat plate to rest the leaf on. Idk if the same for the SD trucks apply.
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i beleive that is a cast piece, it looks split , but i dont think it is.

do you tow ????

pull out the lower over load, and if needed , invest in some air bags. the truck will lower down, and ride way nicer.
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shoot a pic of the rear lear shackle, you may be able run a longer shackle as well.
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i beleive that is a cast piece, it looks split , but i dont think it is.

do you tow ????

pull out the lower over load, and if needed , invest in some air bags. the truck will lower down, and ride way nicer.
I do tow a 25' Boat, sorry whats the lower over load? Im guessing it one of the leafs?
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