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I need F-350 rear blocks and u-bolts

Hey everyone, i am looking for a set of F-350 rear blocks and u bolts for my truck, I recently just got my x-cal 2 from ID(those guys rock) and today i went and got a set of brand new toyo open country at's 325/65R18, i also got a leveling kit for the front so now i just need the rear block and u- bolts and ill be set for awhile! Also i have the top mount over load springs! Any help you guys can give me would be great. thanks!!!
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Hey everyone, i am looking for a set of F-350 rear blocks and u bolts for my truck, I recently just got my x-cal 2 from ID(those guys rock) and today i went and got a set of brand new toyo open country at's 325/65R18, i also got a leveling kit for the front so now i just need the rear block and u- bolts and ill be set for awhile! Also i have the top mount over load springs! Any help you guys can give me would be great. thanks!!!
won't it sit nose down with f350 blocks?

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If your installing a 2.5" leveling kit and swap in the F350 blocks it will sit slightly nose down like from the factory. When you hook up to decent size trailer it will level itself out. This is what I'm planning for my truck. I just ordered factory blocks and U-bolts for about $150.

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It will not sit nose down. If you use a leveling kit in the front and 350 rear blocks instead of 250 blocks it will sit like a stock 250 just higher. Trust me, this is what I have on my truck. It works good and with the right wheel it will clear 35's with no issues.
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Which level kit are you using? I have that same size and i'm still on stock but i am thinking of doing the level kit w/blocks, but stil debating.

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I used Super Lift front coil spacers and 350 rear blocks.
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It will not sit nose down. If you use a leveling kit in the front and 350 rear blocks instead of 250 blocks it will sit like a stock 250 just higher. Trust me, this is what I have on my truck. It works good and with the right wheel it will clear 35's with no issues.
Doesn't a stock 250 and 350 sit slightly nose down from the factory? :shrug:

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i have blocks u bolts and shocks if your interested, also the 250 and 350 sit slightly nose down from the factory and when you level a 250 its higher in front due to the 2 1/4" block in rear and the 350 sits level it has a 4inch block in rear
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