3 Inch MAXX LIFT Kit Early Build 1999 F250 F350 Trucks 4x4
3 Inch MAXX LIFT Kit Early Build 1999 F250 F350 Trucks 4x4

3 Inch MAXX LIFT Kit Early Build 1999 F250 F350 Trucks 4x4

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This kit is configured for the 1999 Early Build F250/F350 Only!  For Late Build 99-2004 Models, please see other listings.

The 3" MAXX Leveling Kit gives you the absolute MOST lift you can use on the early build 1999 F250 & F350 Super Duty Trucks without moving up to a full-suspension kit that includes replacement front springs. No matter if you have a Diesel or one of the Gas models, you simply can't get more lift from a leveling kit than the 3" MAXX-LIFT KIT, all in one easy, convenient package. Typical lift amounts of 3" for most F250/F350 Trucks. Easily Fit 33.5's without trimming and up to 35.5's with proper offset wheels and minor trimming. For 10 years we have been lifting these trucks, and we have now, MAXX-ed Out the lifting of the Super Duty!

  • Installation skill level: 2 of 5
  • Estimated install time: 3 hrs
  • Max tire size: 36 x 13.50
  • Wheel size: 16 x 8
  • Back spacing: 4.5"


Note: Kit will work on the early build 1999 ONLY!


Ask a Question
  • Will I need to do any additional work such as an alignment or replace trackbars and steering components?

    Hello Luke and thank you for your message.  Anytime any suspension work is performed, we recommend an alignment.  You will replace the track bar with a new track bar that is included with this kit.  Your steering components will remain stock.  I hope this helps and we look forward to serving you and your parts needs.  The Ford Parts One Team

  • Will this contain bolts, u bolts and other hardware?

    Hello Eric and thank you for your message.  Yes, this kit includes all required U-bolts, Center Bolts, and Hardware needed to properly and safetly install the kit.  Great question!  Thanks again, -The Ford Parts One Team

  • Do the shocks need to be changed also ? (longer)

    Hello Todd and thank you for your question.  No, due to the unique design of this front suspension, the lower shock mount is incorporated into the top spring clamp.  So this means the shock mount position will not change whenever the additional lift is installed below the mount.  So the stock length shocks work just the same, with no issues.  I hope this helps.  -The Ford Parts One Team