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2003 F350 - Is my truck lifted?

When I bought my truck a month or so ago, the kid I got it from said the truck had a 2.5" leveling kit, but nothing other than that. I have a few diesel buddies who swear my truck is lifted. What do you think? It is sitting on 295/70/18's which measure to about 34.5" total diameter I believe.



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mine looks about the same.

i have a leveling kit.

it looks like you have a mini spring pack under the front leafs, and a taller block/extra block in the rear.

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Agreed. Looks like a mini spring in the front and a stacked block in the rear.
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So the four small springs at the bottom in the front and an additional block in the rear is part of the leveling kit?
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i believe its only the super short 3 springs in the mini pack (leveling kit) your have only a leveling kit.

most 05's and up clear 35's with leveling kit really nicely.

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Thanks. It already has 35"s on it, well 34.6" Nittos lol. I was just curious as to if it had any lift kit on it. Is the additional block in the rear part of the leveling kit?
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I know this is totally off subject but are those finder flares the ones you cut out and bolt new ones on? bare with me a little new with this.
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350 or 250?

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Those are Bushwacker Pocket Style fender flares, come with some clips so they just bolted on. My rear fenders are rusted pretty bad so I bought those as a nice little band aid to cover the rust up. Plus they look pretty badass

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