2.5''F / 3''R Lift Kit - Ford Super Duty F250 4WD 2005-2007
Max Lift 2.5-in Max Tire Diameter 37-in.
2005-2007 F-250 4WD.
For use on trucks with one-piece drive shaft. Includes 5" rear block.
ReadyLIFT Suspension Inc. has engineered the perfect 2.5'' lift kit for your 2008-2010 Ford F250 4WD Super Duty with one-piece drive shaft. This is the perfect solution if you want to add larger wheels and tires - up to a 37'' tall tires - while keeping the smooth OEM ride and drivability. When used with the maximum size tires your Super Duty truck body is raised over 6''. This is the only complete lift kit that includes the following: two (2) Rear OEM style blocks that have the OEM integrated bump stops, two (2) coil spring extensions, one (1) OEM cast style Panhard bracket, two (2) Front bump stop extensions, two (2) OEM shock extension brackets, and all needed hardware. This kit includes 5'' rear blocks and is designed for use on trucks with a one-piece drive shaft. ReadyLIFT's "Smart Suspension Technology" is used to make this kit very user-friendly to install requiring no cutting. Like all other ReadyLIFT kits, the F250 lift kit is 100% guaranteed to maintain your trucks factory ride. The kit includes a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects. If you want a mild lift that allows you to install the larger tires you want without having to break the bank, this is the perfect mild lift kit for you!
NOTE: Fits Single Rear Wheel Trucks ONLY -- Not Dual Rear Wheels. For trucks equipped with factory Snow Plow option, the front end may sit 1/2'' higher.
37" Maximum tire diameter
37x12.50 for no rub on a 9" wide wheel with 0 offset
18" - 37X12.5R18
20" - 37X12.5R20
22" - 325/60R22
Two coil spring spacers with poly sound isolators
Two front shock extensions.
Two front sway bar mount spacers.
One front track bar relocation bracket
Two OEM style cast rear lift blocks with longer u-bolts and hardware.
Two bump stop extensions.
Extended length front brake line brackets.Â
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Estimated Installation Time: 6 Hours +/- 1 hour (excluding alignment and wheel/tire assembly)
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