6.5'' Lift Kit - Ford Super Duty F250/F350 4WD (2-pc Drive Shaft Only) 2017-2018
2017-UP F250 F350 4WD 6.5" Lift Kit System.
Max Tire: 38".
Longer Shocks Required - not included.
Made In U.S.A.
For trucks with two-piece drive shafts.
Diesel engines only.
Great lift for a great value!
ReadyLIFT offers a Lift Kit system made to fit 2017-2018 F250 Ford Super Duty 4WD trucks with a two-piece drive shaft. This 6.5" lift kit gives owners an excellent lift kit option that will raise F250 trucks a total of 6.5" in front. This provides for maximum tire clearance and unbeatable off-road performance. Install up to 38" tall off road tires with no problems. This lift kit delivers uncompromised ride and handling performance! The 49-2766 6.5" Lift Kit includes custom wound coil springs engineered to provide an incredibly great ride while also enhancing off road driving performance. The kit includes radius arm drop brackets to reuse factory radius arms while correcting caster in the process. To lift the rear, we include OEM-style cast iron rear lift blocks along with an add-a-leaf to bring the rear up level with the front while providing a factory-like ride. Other great components to this kit include a drop pitman arm, track bar bracket, sway bar end links, drive shaft spacer, and all hardware is included. Longer shocks are required when using this kit. ReadyLIFT SST3000 shock are available and sold separately.
Diesel engines only.
38" Maximum tire diameter
37x12.50 for no rub on a 9" wide wheel with 0 offset
38x13.50 on 10" wide wheel with +12 offset
18" - 37X12.5R18
20" - 37X12.5R20
22" - 325/60R22
Two performance coil springs
Two CNC machined billet aluminum lower spacers.
One drop pitman arm.
One oem style cast iron front track bar bracket.
Two radius arm drop brackets.
Two bump stop extensions.
Two extended length front sway bar end links.
Two OEM style cast iron rear lift blocks.
Longer u-bolts and hardware.Â
One carrier bearing spacer.
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Estimated Installation Time: 6 Hours +/- 1 hour (excluding alignment and wheel/tire assembly)
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