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Old 11-20-2011, 06:47 AM
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How do i tell what size lift kit my truck has or if it even has one

I just purchased a 2003 F 350 dually. I was wondering how to tell what size lift kit it has. It has 22.5 semi wheels and tires but i dont know how to tell what size the lift is. May not even have one. The truck has leaf springs in the front and i was assuming that with the large wheels and tires it would have to. Any help would be great
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Old 11-29-2011, 04:47 PM
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It can be tough because there are a few different stock spring set ups from what i've established. Best way to figure is to find someone with the exact truck, compare leaf springs, and go from there. It could have add-a-leafs, mini-leaf packs, brackets, or lift springs, or it could just be one of those that sit high. some sit higher than others, not sure why
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Old 11-29-2011, 04:48 PM
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btw... that truck is gorgeous
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Looks like it may just have a leveling kit, or maybe x code springs.
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Easy, get me the shock measurements bolt to bolt with the truck on the ground..PM me

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What are your fender measurements from the ground to the arch of your fenders?
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That is a super sexy truck.
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