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Correct Lift Kit Spacer Needed for Firestone Ride-Rite on a 2003 Ford F-250 with 6" Lift


I have a 2002 F250 4x4 with a 6 inch lift. I have bought the Firestone Ride rite helper springs part F2550. I know I need a spacer but I am confused about which one to get. I am pretty much asking the same question the other gentleman did on the previous qanda . I am needing to know witch spacer I need for model 2550 . I looked at the one previous qanda and and you’re expert suggested the f2375 spacer but on the description it isn’t saying anything about the 2550 model set ? Plus it doesn’t appear by the photo that it is the correct spacer Please advise correct lift spacer . Thank you


Expert Reply:

Sometimes choosing a spacer can be a little confusing (since some lift kits aren't "true" lift kits) but I'm here to help you out. To determine the correct lift kit for the Firestone Ride-Rite Air Helper Springs # F2550 you just need to use the formula Firestone put together. Simply measure the distance between where the brackets would be on your 2002 Ford F-250 and choose from the following:

6-1/2" - 7-1/2" - Lift Spacer # F2536
7-1/2" - 8-1/2" - Lift Spacer # F2366
8-1/2" - 9-1/2" - Lift Spacer # F2367
9-1/2" - 10-1/2" - Lift Spacer # F2370
11-1/2" - 12-1/2" - Lift Spacer # F2374

Don't necessarily go off of the 6" label that comes with your lift kit. Just use these measurements to get the exact kit that you need.

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