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post #1 of 8 Old 11-27-2011, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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Excursion lift on f250?

Hey everyone first post here and wanted to ask because I can't find anything on google about this but found a used lift kit for sale and it's a 7" superlift off a 2000 excursion so my question is will it fit on my 2000 f250? If not what's the difference. Thanks
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It will fit, but will net 5" on a SD

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My f250 is a superduty I believe so ur saying it won't fit? Sorry I didn't understand what you were saying.
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it will fit but the x was lower then the 250/350 so a 7" for an x will be like a 5" on a 250.But the lift will make both the x and a 250 the same hight in the end, if that makes sense

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Thanks for the help, guess it won't work for me I want 8" lift really to fit 38's
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If it is an all spring lift, you can get 3" hangers for the front, and change out the block to something taller out back (should use a traction block though).

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This might be a dumb question but does anyone know how to make a goose neck trailer work with a lifted truck?
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Yeah lift the trailer! Blocks or flip kit.

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