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Old 06-21-2012, 02:55 AM
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Difference between F250 and F350 front suspension

Is there any difference between the f250 and f350 front suspension. I have a couple of friends with f350s and their truck sits with a rake just like my F250.
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350s have a larger block in the back and more springs I believe in the rear.
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Front should be the same
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In the OBS trucks the 350 has a d60 whereas the 250 has ttb d50. For the SDs I believe front axle changes were only by year and not model.
I do believe some trucks came with an extra leaf up front but that wasn't an F250 vs f350 thing
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