2 1/2" or 3" ? we are talkin a 97 F-250 extra cab PSD 4wd 4.10 gears and a 5 speed, if all that helps [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] Tow package you ask? Check! XLT, long bed.. what am i missing here? Has a LSD in the rear too. The parts store has 3" or 2 1/2". Says the 3" are for over 8500 GVW, which i didn't think it was, so i picked up the 2 1/2"ers. Anybody?
I think you need the 3"rs !! [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif[/img]
97 F-250 H/D 4 door 4X4 6'bed.Broke block building new engine! Oh well it ran14.96 at 89mph at Baytown!
Kenworth T-600 aerodyne 3406c CAT, with 18* "B" modle injection pump(was a freakin peak yuk),10 over trans,4.10 rears,Dual 150 gal. fuel tanks,Budwieser inspired custom hot rod flames.Going to work real soon Leasing to Landstar yeah!
89 mustang coupe single turbo 302 ,built c-4,running little rubber.
I hate Dodges, straight piped common rail cummings sound like crap!
ive done rear brakes on three of these trucks now...gas and diesel enigines and everyone of them had the 3" shoes...i dont know what the 2 1/2"s are for [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shrug.gif[/img]
I wonder if the 2 1/2" shoes are for the LD F250? [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shrug.gif[/img]
1997 F250 HD PSD 4x4 OR Auto 3.55LS CC SRW SWB 265x75x16 Michelin LTX DP 211K mi.; Ford AIC; Fuel milege; 20.3 mpg @ 70 mph. 12.5 mpg pulling my boat,12.5K, along two lane rural roads. A number of mods ordered from DaleI. Nice round replacement DP. FS2500 by-pass oil filter installed. Fumoto drain valve. Tymar Intake installed! HX mod from Tymar installed. TFI fillneck kits installed. Auto-Rx cleaner in engine & transmission done. Switched from Rotella dino to Rotella synthetic. Amsoil 5W-30 Series 3000 installed!
FS-2500 Bypass filter installed.
Velvet rides installed. Joe Servo IDM mod installed. Rear air lift springs.
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