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Looking for 3" blocks with bumpstop pad

As title say I am trying to find 3" rear blocks with the built in bump stop pads. I thought I saw them online somewhere but have since searched and searched with no luck.
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what year truck?
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06, F350 I don't want to go to the 250 blocks as I think they will be too short. I realize I am being critical here and may just live with it...but a 3" block would be fantastic lol
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I can order you F350 blocks but i have never herd of rubber bumpers on the blocks themselvs
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the stock blocks have the bumpstop pad integrated into the block, metal not rubber. Kind of looks like a horn coming out of the side of the block.
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CORRECT, You want OEM blocks?
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stock style but between 2ish inch f250 blocks and 4ish 350 blocks.
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Look at PMF blocks, Trevor can make them in .5" increments, built in U bolt guides, I just got mine and they are top notch
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