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post #1 of 22 Old 06-07-2010, 08:12 PM Thread Starter
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Zone Offroad 4 Inch Suspension System - 1999-2004 F250/350 4wd - Ford - Truck Toyz Store

Just making sure that this WILL fit the diesel application ....

Hopefully ordering tonight or tomorrow... can't wait!

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Better give them a call first to check on application, wrong springs and it will look like a jacked up muscle car from the 70's from the front end sag

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I tried calling but no one has answered...

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No offense but I wouldn't be ordering anything from a company that does not answer their phones. Have you considered Rough Country like we talked about before? They have great customer service and ALWAYS answer their phone. Just trying to help a brotha out, you know?

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Mickey Thompson Classic II Rims
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Blocked Off EGR Cooler
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It should fit but im not 100% sure.... have you thought about going with something like Procomp or Rough Country like stated above?

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I'll look into it... They finally answered and said it would fit...

On the side note though.... Won't a gas F350 look a lot higher with a 4 " lift than a diesel with a 4" lift that uses the same lift kit because of the motor weight differences if its between a 5.4 and a 7.3? I know the V10's were close to weight but I was just wondering. My friend has a truck like mine only gas and his truck looks huge with a 4"

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The v10 and the 6.0 are very similar in weight, that is why they use the same front springs. The Triton v8 is waaaayyy lighter than the above. Side note: how can you put a Triton v8 in an F250 and still call it 'Super Duty'?

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Ford Suspension Lift

Will this fit my diesel truck? And will I need to order anything else? I see compared to the Zone lift kit , that this one does NOT have a new trackbar....

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I'll look into it... They finally answered and said it would fit...

On the side note though.... Won't a gas F350 look a lot higher with a 4 " lift than a diesel with a 4" lift that uses the same lift kit because of the motor weight differences if its between a 5.4 and a 7.3? I know the V10's were close to weight but I was just wondering. My friend has a truck like mine only gas and his truck looks huge with a 4"

Sometimes all the lines are busy as we are assisting other customers, sorry for the delay.

To answer your question, yes a 5.4 will sit a little higher with diesel rated springs.
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Nice kit. You will need to get a front stabilizer kit (single or double) and more than likely the drop pitman arm.

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37 x 13.50 x 16 Pro Comp Extreme AT Tires
Mickey Thompson Classic II Rims
Power Tow Mirrors
Ranch Hand Front Bumper
Bully Dog RFI Intake
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Blocked Off EGR Cooler
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