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Old May 24th, 2010, 01:14 PM
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I found out on fords web site that the f150 have the 8.8 and 9.75 the f250 ld have the 10.25 and the f250/f350 super duty has the 10.50 and the f350/f450 Super Duty have the Dana 80 and the f550 has the Dana 135 rear axle.
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erm, pre 99 f250/350 had the 10.25

Not exactly sure about the f250 LD having a 10.25...

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Is your truck a f250LD or a f150 if its badged as an f150 the it has an 8.8 or 9.75. If it has the 5.4l v8 then you have the 9.75 all 5.4's came with the 9.75.

The 10.25 is no longer being used in the f250 or 350 it was replaced with the 10.5. Like said earlier the bolt patterns between the two are different.

But just a heads up the project will take longer than a weekend from start to finished. I've got 25.5 hours or grinding into mine. That's just to get started. Now if your saying a weekend after you get all the parts the there's a possibility that you can have it on its own weight but you will still need to have driveshafts made, brake lines made.


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AGH!!! brake lines. Damnit Cecil I spaced!

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yea I need to know stuff like that but I was going to use the stock super duty suspension on my truck and would like to know if yall think that the front drop down cross member would be a problem
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It will be, depending on your choice of lift height. I've seen it said many times now, 8" is bare minimum recommended lift to clear that front crossmember.

So 8+ your safe. less, well, then you'll be working even more.

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DIXIE, OLD BLUE, KLITCH and/or WEBBY can probably help you the best there BT.

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