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post #1 of 6 Old 11-25-2010, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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will 05 F350 blocks fit on my 02 F250?

I want to put the f350 rear blocks on my 2002 f250 but can only find a set from 05. I can not imagine they are different but most places list a different set for 05 and newer. Anyone that can tell me for sure if they will work one way or the other i would appricate it. If anyone can compare the part numbers that may work too. thanks for the help.
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As long as they both have the same angle to them they are interchangeable.

They all fit, but if you go from a flat block to a tapered block or vice versa you may get some vibes.
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Thanks for clearing that up, right now I have no taper in my 250 blocks. I have the extended cab long bed and have an add a leaf. That said Shoud I use the flat 350 blocks or the tapered ones?
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I would stick with the Flat blocks. So out of a Super Cab long bed F-350 or out of a Crew Cab F-350 (both short and long box) will have the 93mm flat blocks from the factory.
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will do, thanks for the help
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