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2006 F250 Rear Lift Blocks. 3"? Where to find?

Hi fellas,

I'm new to the forums. I have a 2006 f250 Extended cab, Long bed, 6.0. I put a 2" leveling kit on the front and it sits a little low in the rear now. 3/4" to be exact. I'm looking to lift the rearend 1". I believe to accomplish this goal, I need a 3" rear block in the back. I've heard that they have to be flat blocks when going on a long bed. Does anyone know where I can find these? I looked at readylift, but Im not sure if it's tapered or flat.


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I got my rear blocks from these guys...call them up.

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Trevor at PMF "Precision Metal Fab" makes blocks in 1/2" increments I believe and they are very nice pieces.


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get a 350 block from your nearest Ford dealer

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agreed the 350 block will have the integrated bump stop and you might find a used set cheap
Trevor at Precision Metal Fab has the bump stop option as well
not sure about anyone else

PMF link http://www.precisionmetalfab.net/con...entContentID=5

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Keep in mind the 350 block is 3 5/8".


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I saw that the 350 Block is 3 5/8". This is why I didnt want to go that route. I would sit too high in the back for my liking. I found a block @ top gun customz. It says they also go in 1/2" increments. Hopefully this is the flat block and not the tapered. I will have to check it before installing. 99-11 Ford F250/F350 Super Duty 3" Steel Fabricated Lift Block Set
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I like the PMF blocks because the U-bolts go through the top and bottom plates and secure it 100% in place. Also if you order through his website (ending today) he is offering 10% off by entering "coupon code "GIVETHANKS"

His block, you can order it with our without the bump stop. Tapered or flat.
Ford Fabricated Lift Blocks

Link to his sale in his vendor forum
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