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Excursion suspension?????

Does any one know if a 3 inch lift kit for a 2wd f250/350 will work for a 2wd excursion, I just want to get mine tall enough to clear a nice set of 33s and get it off the ground a little bit, an the only lift kit I can find for an excursion 2wd is 6in and I don't want to go that high with a 2wd, are the suspensions the same between the excursions and f250/350?
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Ok so does anyone know if I can take the front and rear suspension off of a 2wd f350 to put on my excursion? And will that make it sit any taller? Second will a leveling kit for f350 fit my excursion
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I looked at several in a salvage yard today and I would assume that they would.

Curious, where did you find a 3" lift? And how does it address the camber issue?
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It is actually a 2.5 leveling kit for the 2wd f350 I was wondering if it would work, and the camber issue is one of my main worries lol that is why I was asking if the swap would work
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Are those the aluminum or poly "pucks" that go under the spring?

Probably with longer shocks or shock extensions?

If so, I think those are pretty universal.
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It was the poly pucks, ad how much longer would my hocks need to be? And where is a good place to get them? Also do you think it would just work better for longer u bolts and the three inch block off of a one ton as to switch the whole sispension
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