Ranger blocks on an F150?

SDranger

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My friend is going to lift his 02 f150 2wd and i was wondering if he could use my stock 4x4 ranger lift blocks for the rear.The springs look to be the same width. Would this work? Thanks

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TDORSloppy

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He's only lifting the back? That's a good idea, he'll get better gas mileage since he's always going downhill.
 

SpareChangeRacng

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I don't see how you got that from his post but oh well.

As far as using the blocks - I, and most of the poeple on this site would most likely discourage using blocks to lift the rear, but if you can't afford any other way, and the blocks are the same width as the springs they will be going under then it will be ok. Steve
 

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Blocks suck. But if you gotta use 'em, make sure the locating pin holes are the same diameter to...
 

SDranger

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Yes i know blocks suck, but this is for a hoopty disco street truck, and Sloppy have you been sniffing paint again?

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ntsqd

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Sarcasm is best served dry......

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SDranger

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I know he's being sarcastic, ive known Scott for a long time, im just messing with him.

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