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Old 06-23-2013, 05:58 AM
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Swr f350 blocks for dwr f350

Went to my local ford dealership to pick up rear blocks for my dually.. I was told the swr are taller than a dually and am wanting to raise the back up a little after I installed a leveling kit.. Well they obviously had no clue there was a difference in the two and kept trying to sell me the ones I already have... How hard is it to understand swr f350 blocks??? After 20min of this I left.. Going to a different dealership Tom.. How else should I explain this to them??

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Old 06-23-2013, 06:07 AM
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Ford Fabricated Lift Blocks

Trevor "NotStock" can make them whatever height you desire!
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I would measure yours first....then use all resources here.

CT Performance can also assist in the ordering of the correct block
provided yours are the 2.5 height and not 3.5 like other 350's
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Yes I know mine are the 2.5" blocks... Just amazed me they didn't know the difference
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Yes I know mine are the 2.5" blocks... Just amazed me they didn't know the difference
I lied... Just measured them and they are only 2"
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F-250 blocks are 2", the F-350 blocks are 3 5/8".... when I put 2.5" shackle/hangers on my truck I put a single 4" rear block as well to keep some of the "rake"
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You could talk to tousley ford and tell them you want 4in blocks. They are 60ea iirc or scout the fs section. Pmf can make you a good set of blocks as well
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