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Old 05-13-2009, 08:22 AM
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F250 with 350 Springs?

K I searched and just wanted to make sure of this.

My F250 has an overload and small block. It seems to be able to handle a **** load of weight, Ive put 4200 in bed so far.


Anyways, someone told me that I might have 350 springs/running gear under it. Maybe it was special ordered?

How do I check? Can I just run the Vin and see the options or should I could springs?

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Old 05-13-2009, 08:40 AM
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The overload spring is an option, but the main spring pack is the same for both F250 and F350. The only difference between the two is a 2" block in the F250 and a 3.5" block in the F350.
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Old 05-13-2009, 08:45 AM
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Well I definately have overloads and a small block. Maybe not a 3.5 but its got a block.
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You can get a 250 with the exact same gvwr package as a 350. Only difference will be the block.
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Just to make sure you two are talking about the same blocks...

cartmanea is talking about the block in between the spring and the axle. F250 has a 2" block and F350 has a 3 5/8" block.


Blitanicle99...there is also a little small block in between the leaf spring and the overload spring too.(more if a spacer). Just want to make sure you were talking about the same block he is.

Like he said, some F250's came with overload springs on them too.
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