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Old 06-21-2011, 07:07 PM
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2006 f250 2wd leveling kit.

I have a 2006 f250 2 wheel drive. I'm wondering who makes a leveling kit for it and if I were to put the rear block from a four wheel drive f250 would it work and how would it sit with both mods done.
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I just did the level kit to my rig. You can get the leveling kit for the 2wd's on ebay or most online stores. It's just a 2in poly block that sits under the spring and on top of the spring plate. It sits level now. If you put a bigger block in the rear end, it won't sit level anymore. So it all depends on what you're looking for, my guess is that you want the front level with the back. So just do the leveling kit.

P.S., Don't be fooled by the instructions that say it's an easy install, it's not. I recommend taking it somewhere to have it done.

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I'm trying to lift the truck since no one makes a lift kit for it. And i don't know where you plan on getting your cab lights but I found this really cool site that gives all the part numbers and measurements for the oem cab light install http://www.emotoman.com/f250/lights/f250lights.html
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Sorry it's htm on the end of the address not html
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I'm trying to lift the truck since no one makes a lift kit for it. And i don't know where you plan on getting your cab lights but I found this really cool site that gives all the part numbers and measurements for the oem cab light install http://www.emotoman.com/f250/lights/f250lights.html
Thanks! I actually saw that tutorial already. It's actually one of the first things I looked into doing.
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P.S., Don't be fooled by the instructions that say it's an easy install, it's not. I recommend taking it somewhere to have it done.
It wasn't that hard, just harder then a 4wd.
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