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Old 02-06-2021, 04:36 AM   #21
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I never posted mine on here from post #15.

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Thanks for the tip on the budget 2" lift, I am most likely going this route with those Bilstein B6 shocks posted above. What tires are you running, 265's? I want to try and throw some 255/85/16's on mine (skinny 33's) and trim accordingly.
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Old 02-06-2021, 09:09 AM   #22
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Thanks for the tip on the budget 2" lift, I am most likely going this route with those Bilstein B6 shocks posted above. What tires are you running, 265's? I want to try and throw some 255/85/16's on mine (skinny 33's) and trim accordingly.


Your Welcome. 265's. All kinds of clearance. For kicks, I may put a 285 on a stock steelie rim and see if it will rubs up front. (I think it will fit fine)

I will say I do like how much better this 7.3L E350 Van handles then my Club Wagon chateau van, even more with this small lift.



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2WD * 2" LIFT * ALOCA AL RIMS * 265.70.16 ALL TERRAIN E-RATED TIRES * CHATEAU 4 CAPTAIN BUCKET SEAT & BED/BENCH * TINTED WINDOWS * VENT VISORS * BLACKED OUT FRONT END * LIGHT BAR W/ 4 7" LED LIGHTS
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Old 02-12-2021, 04:33 AM   #23
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Your Welcome. 265's. All kinds of clearance. For kicks, I may put a 285 on a stock steelie rim and see if it will rubs up front. (I think it will fit fine)

I will say I do like how much better this 7.3L E350 Van handles then my Club Wagon chateau van, even more with this small lift.



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I am interested to see how the 285 pans out. Coming from the world of Toyota Tacomas, all the guys who want to stuff 33's without tweaking their suspension make due with "pizza cutters"-- 255/85/16. I feel like if youre on the fence of a 285 fitting, those skinny 33" will probably fit for sure.

Side note... I already ordered the Moog springs (CC880) and hear I will get somewhere around an inch of lift. Im wondering if the alignment would be remotely possible with that 2' block/spacer lift you have with those adjustable caster nuts. 3" is the goal... more the marrier but I feel like I will have to spend $3-4k for that extra inch or two.
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Old 02-25-2021, 07:26 AM   #24
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Yippee how did this work for you. Could you send me some part numbers etc .

I have a 95 e250 smb. Already have blocks in the rear and 245 75 ,falken mts on it . Need something in the front
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