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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-26-2007, 12:21 AM Thread Starter
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F250 to F350 Differences?

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F350 Just has a D60, different front springs, different trans cross member, and 4 inch blocks.......anything i am missing?

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-26-2007, 04:04 AM
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Re: F250 to F350 Differences?

I think the brakes might be slightly larger but I can't say for sure. I think you pegged it pretty good.


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Re: F250 to F350 Differences?

The rear leafs are beefier.....And one says F-250 and one says F-350....Other than that you pretty much got the just of it...

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post #4 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-29-2007, 02:07 AM
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In some forum I read that the frame has a different thickness.

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Re: F250 to F350 Differences?

I believe that on OBS trucks the only difference is the 4" blocks in the rear and frount springs. The F250 are heaver duty due to the TTB frount end. Everything else is the same.

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Talking Re: F250 to F350 Differences?

I know the front axles are diferent because a 350 is a staright axle where as the 250 istwo peice.

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Re: F250 to F350 Differences?

F-350's are twice as cool..........Honestly not a huge difference except the frontends as you know... Body styles for F-350 seem to be- Standard cab long bed and crew cab long bed only.. F-250 was available as standard cab LB, extra cab short and long bed and crew cab SB. It's possible there may have been special factory orders but I've not seen any....most are likely owner converted to 350 front end.

edit: for body configurations i'm talking 4x4 only. 2wd you could have an extended cab f-350

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Re: F250 to F350 Differences?

my dealer told me its 100 dollars (2003)
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Re: F250 to F350 Differences?

How many Supercab short bed F250 Powerstrokes were made? I know they were made in 96-97 like the crew short beds. I've seen two 2wds in my area but that's been about it. Every once in awhile I'll see one for sale but never that many of em. Seems like that's all that you ever see these days with the Superduty.


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Re: F250 to F350 Differences?

I think the supercab shortboxes are more rare then the crewcab shorties.....Don't see too many of either though..

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