The Ford F-250 is a work machine that will see it’s fair share of play in the woods. Both scenarios can be rather demanding of the factory suspension and ride height. Work sights and trails have one common attribute - a lack of asphalt. Stumps, bumps, rocks, and logs can easily make it difficult to get around on four wheels. Because of this, many will opt to put a lift kit on their F-250. Here’s everything you need to know about F-250 lift heights and how to do it right.
Table of Contents
- What is a Lift Kit and Why Do I Need One?
- What’s in a Typical Lift Kit?
- What Size Lift Do I Need?
- 1 to 2 Inch Lifts
- 3 to 5 Inch Lifts
- 6 to 8 Inch Lifts
- Other Mods to Consider for Taller Lifts
- How Towing is Affected When Lifting a Truck
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Your F250 is a very capable work hourse, but occasionally it needs a bit of help. Lift and leveling kits are one way to make sure your F250 doesn't get stuck at the job site. They can also help balance out a saggy suspension to better handle hauling and towing.