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Old 12-09-2012, 02:52 PM
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What size lift do I have? Pics inside

I bought the truck used. It has 355/60/20 nitto terra grapplers right now with no rubbing or trimming. Here are a couple pics of the rear block. Not sure if only the block determines the lift or all the components added together.

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I bought the truck used. It has 355/60/20 nitto terra grapplers right now with no rubbing or trimming. Here are a couple pics of the rear block. Not sure if only the block determines the lift or all the components added together.

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What truck is this? Diff years of trucks have diff size blocks, and f350's come stock With taller blocks then f250's. Don't know why you are telling us your tire size either...
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Truck is in my sig but its a 2007. Just stated tires size so you would be able to guage my lift in reference to the tires but forgot to add the pic so here it is. You must be on your phone and not be able to see the pic and info in my signature

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Wish I could help with your question. Just wanna say damn nice truck dude!


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you have a stock f250 block, on top. and a 5" lift block under that..... somewhat of a dangerous setup, with the torque these trucks make, they are known for spitting stacked blocks out from under the truck. look into a block that is the height you need, and incorporates a traction bar mount. then add traction bars.
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Looks like a 6 inch lift to me.
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So being a 5 inch lift block is it a 5 in lift or 8im lift. I will surleu look into a single block

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Sorry to derail, but isn't there a compilation of factory lengths from axle tube to frame? That would really be the only way to tell. Everything else would be guessing...
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Truck is in my sig but its a 2007. Just stated tires size so you would be able to guage my lift in reference to the tires but forgot to add the pic so here it is. You must be on your phone and not be able to see the pic and info in my signature

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You are right about me being on a phone. Alot of people on computers have sigs turned off too...

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Looks like a 6 inch lift to me.
5-6 inch lift.
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