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Quick Question On Blocks

I have a 2006 F250 with the camper package and orginally i was going to upgrade to the ready lift 4 inch block. My diesel mechanic was sayin i could just use a stock F350 Block. Now my question is what size are the stock F350 Blocks are they 4 inch?
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I believe they are actually 3-5/8" or thereabouts and you will need new u-bolts either way.
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