5'' Rear Block Kit - Ford Super Duty (1-pc Drive Shaft Only) 2011-2016
5" Block Kit for 2011-2016 Ford Super Duty F250 F350 4WD.
OEM style cast iron construction with bump stop landing pads and new longer u-bolts.
For use on trucks with one-piece drive shafts.
Not intended for use on vehicles equipped with Service Axle.
ReadyLIFT OEM-style rear block kits are now available for 2011-2016 Ford Super Duty model specific applications. These 5.0'' Rear Block Kits include two (2) Rear Blocks, four (4) 16.5'' Long E-Coated U-Bolts and eight (8) Nuts and Washers. Based on OEM designs and never made out of light weight extrusions our 5'' 2011-2016 Ford Super Duty Rear Blocks have Integrated OEM Style Bump Stops. ReadyLIFT Block Kits will put a slight rake back in your Truck for hauling or towing and are designed to work with your ReadyLIFT Suspension Leveling Kit. In fact, these blocks are the ideal Tow Package upgrade for not only for stock height vehicles but lifted or leveled trucks too! Like all ReadyLIFT products, these block kits come with our Limited Lifetime Warranty.
NOTE: 66-2025 5'' block is for use on 2011-2016 Ford F250 / F350 Super Duty 2WD/4WD trucks with 1-piece drive shaft. Lift height will vary depending on what factory block your truck has.
NOTE: Fits Single Rear Wheel Trucks ONLY -- Not Dual Rear Wheel Configurations.
NOTE: The lift blocks in this kit are not designed to work with aftermarket or factory add-on air spring/load leveling kits that attach to the bump stop tangs. Use of this type of air bag system will void all block warranties and can cause failure of the block bump stop tang.
One pair of OEM style cast iron rear lift blocks with longer u-bolts and hardware.
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Please read Instructions thoroughly and completely before beginning installation. Installation by a certified mechanic is recommended. ReadyLIFT Suspension Inc. is NOT responsible for any damage or failure resulting from improper installation.Download Pdf InstructionsEstimated Installation Time: 1.8 Hours +/- 0.5 hours (excluding alignment and wheel/tire assembly)
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