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Old 11-20-2010, 05:31 PM
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anybody running leveling kit and f350 blocks

does anybody have pics of an f250 with a leveling kit and 350 blocks? thinking of doing this setup on my 04.
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umm, something kindof almost similar. I have a 2.5" shackel/hanger kit up front and a 1 piece 4" rear block (stock F350 are like 3 5/8" or something along those lines)


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umm, something kindof almost similar. I have a 2.5" shackel/hanger kit up front and a 1 piece 4" rear block (stock F350 are like 3 5/8" or something along those lines)


That's really clean! I like it
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Old 11-21-2010, 06:29 PM
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That's really clean! I like it
Thanks, In due time I would like painted bumpers and painted grill along with some harley '05 lights. I'm still up in the air if I want an '05 conversion or just stick with paintable FX-4 bumpers and grill from an '04 keeping my front end style... After I did the wheels/tires I began to like this front end a little more than the 05-07's
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Thanks, In due time I would like painted bumpers and painted grill along with some harley '05 lights. I'm still up in the air if I want an '05 conversion or just stick with paintable FX-4 bumpers and grill from an '04 keeping my front end style... After I did the wheels/tires I began to like this front end a little more than the 05-07's
The 05+ front ends looks so nice. I think either way you go, would look great on yours. I have debated the same thing with mine and just can't justify spending the money on it. When I get out of college and make some decent coin, then I will consider a lift, wheels, and tires...but for now, it get's me from point A to point B and that's fine with me.
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does anybody have pics of an f250 with a leveling kit and 350 blocks? thinking of doing this setup on my 04.
I have this set up on my 06 but the a$$ end sits a little low. Sorry no pics right now trucks in the shop. IMO go with 4" blocks in the rear and springs in the front. I have the spacers and my truck rides ruff country..
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