2'' Lift Kit - Ford Super Duty F250/F350 Excursion 4WD 1999-2004
Max Lift: 2.0"F/2.0"R - Max Tire Dia. 35"
1999-2004 F250/350/450 4WD trucks with one-piece drive shafts
Mini leaf pack design inserts under your front leaf springs.
ReadyLIFT offers an expanded line of leveling products made to fit the Ford Super Duty trucks. Due to popular demand we developed a SST Lift Kit for the 1999-2004 Ford F250 Super Duty 4WD trucks and 2000-2005 Ford Excursion 4WD. (Note: for use on 1999 model F250 trucks built after 3/1/1999 - not for use on trucks built before 3/1/99). These front leaf spring trucks require an innovative approach to leveling-lifting. ReadyLIFT is proud to offer a new SST Lift Kit system that will compliment the leaf spring suspension. This system includes a "mini leaf pack" that, once installed under the factory leaf spring pack, raises the front of the F250 4WD Super Duty trucks a total of 2.0'' which is what is required to obtain a level stance. To lift the rear, our time-tested OEM-style 4.0'' cast iron rear blocks with built-in pinion angle correction and bump stop landings replace the factory 2.0'' block for additional lift of 2.0''. This kit also includes a carrier bearing spacer which is intended for use on trucks with a two-piece drive shaft. This set up establishes a mild lift with a slight rake maintained for towing or hauling. The kit comes with new longer front and rear U-bolts and hardware as well as important pan-hard bar alignment bushings. This kit will allow for up to 35'' tall tires.
If you are looking for a leveling kit for your (post 3/1/99) '99-04 F250 then look no further. This is the kit you've been searching for. Fits trucks fit with either the gas or diesel engine applications.
NOTE: For trucks with a one-piece drive shaft.
35" Maximum tire diameter
35x12.50 for no rub on a 9" wide wheel with 0 offset
18" - 315/70R18
20" - 295/65R20 / 325/60R20
22" - 35X12.5R22
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Estimated Installation Time: 4.8 Hours +/- 0.5 hours (excluding alignment and wheel/tire assembly)
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