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Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit

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Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit

This Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit is super heavy duty.

It is engineered and designed for heavy duty diesel applications, yet it is also suitable for the gasoline powered Econoline models.

Don’t settle for a kit that will not support the weight of your diesel engine.

The Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit is tried and true.

This is the single most worry free, affordable solution for lifting your van several inches, allowing for larger tires, and a more aggressive appearance/stance.

Are you looking to upgrade your E-250 or E-350 to a larger tire or maybe a more aggressive tread pattern?

Are you tired of being limited to the standard tire size and having inadequate ground clearance to ever get off of the pavement?

Do you want added height, ground clearance, and the ability to upgrade your tire/wheel combination to something more effective and better looking?

Are you looking for an easy, straight-forward lift kit that is affordable and effective?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then this is the kit for your Ford E-250 or E-350 Van!

With easy bolt on installation, and no cutting or welding, this kit will have your Ford E-Series and your spirits lifted in no time!

Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit Features:

  • Complete Front and Rear Lift Kit for 2″ of Lift
  • Maintains Superior Ride-Quality
  • Affordable High-Quality Kit
  • Engineered and Designed to work with Factory Shocks
  • Engineered and Designed to work with Factory Sway Bar
  • Engineered and Designed to work with Factory Springs

The Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit is the refined version of a very reliable product that began its journey over two decades ago, and it lives on today providing the single best solution for Ford E-250 and E-350 owners that are looking to add a reasonable lift that is affordable.

*Note:  This is the Original MAXX-LIFT Kit that started in 2003.

We purchased MAXX-LIFT Suspension & Off-Road Products, and the patents for this kit, and this improved, “Elite” version has been the go-to-kit for most Ford E-250 and E-350 owners for the past decade because of the reliability, affordability, and quality of this kit.

Beware of kits that “look” the same, but are not the correct diameter and thickness for the varying coil spring sizes, and lower mounting sphere that is used on the various builds of the E-250 and E-350 vehicles.

The Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit provides the correct fit and function for your Ford E-250 or E-350.

We gather the correct information, and we take the results and we provide the correct parts for your specific vehicle!  There is no guesswork involved.

VERY IMPORTANT NOTES:  Correct Year Selection is CRITICAL at checkout, because there are 43 different kit variations for the years ranging from 1992-2015 on the E-Series.

Also you MUST provide the vehicle’s 17-Digit VIN, and the correct number of wheel lugs per wheel the vehicle has.

Why do we need these specifics?  Simply because we don’t send you generic parts that are “universal”.  We send you the correct parts for your specific vehicle.

We use the vehicle information to check as-built-data through Ford Motor Company, to verify GVWR, Axle Options, and various other specifications in order to provide the exact kit for your vehicle.

The GVWR information verified through your vehicle’s VIN and wheel lug count is critical to provide the correct diameter front spacers and the correct rear u-bolts and lift blocks for proper fitment.

We do not ship kits until we have verified this information.  We want your installation to go smoothly and effortlessly.  Please provide the correct information when placing your order so as not to delay shipment.

Be sure you get the correct kit for your vehicle by verifying and providing your vehicle Year Model, Vehicle Identification Number, and Lug Count per Wheel when ordering.

*Not suitable for use on RV/Motorhome or Ambulance Packaged Equipped Applications

Why is this kit not certified for use on RV/Motorhome or Ambulance Packaged Equipped Applications?  (Please Contact Us if you have any questions concerning these vehicles).

**Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit does NOT include new coil springs because your factory springs are retained and used with the kit. (Kit includes:  lift spacers, installation hardware, rear lift blocks, u-bolts, and hardware)

Disclaimer:  The information that you provide, along with the AS-BUILT-DATA from Ford Motor Company obtained from the VIN information that you provide is used to create your kit.

Each kit is specifically and professionally designed for the specifics of the vehicle as provided by the purchaser and is based on you providing us with accurate information.

We cannot be responsible for inaccurate information provided to us from the purchaser or for prior modifications that may have been made to the vehicle since it was originally manufactured.

*Note:  This is a special order/specific-build part – No Returns/Refunds Accepted


This Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit is engineered to work with Factory Original Coil Springs, Sway Bar, and Shocks, saving you time, money, and hassle.

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS for Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit

Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit Installation Guide

  1. Read complete instructions and check Bill of Materials before beginning installation of your Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit.
  2. Raise the front of the vehicle and support the frame so that the front tires just touch the ground and remove the front tires.
  3. Remove the lower shock bolts and the sway bar end link attaching points.
  4. Remove the upper and the lower coil spring clamp bolt and nut with washer. See images included on the installation guide that came with your Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit package.
  5. Force the axle half down with a pry bar so that the coil spring comes loose.
  6. Remove the coil spring and the coil spring rubber isolator. See images on the Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit Installation Guide.
  7. Install the Stud Extensions (if needed) that were shipped with your Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit hardware package, onto the lower coil stud & install the coil spring spacer onto the pad. See images.
  8. Install the coil spring onto the coil spring spacer and then into the frame. You may have to use a coil spring compressor.
  9. Install the upper and the lower coil spring clamp bolt and nut with washer. Make sure that the coil spring is seated correctly into the upper frame. See images.
  10. Reconnect the sway bar end link attaching points and the shock nuts.
  11. Torque all bolts and nuts to factory specifications. After installation of your Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit, Re-torque all bolts and nuts after 50 miles.
  12. Install front tires and remove the jack stands. Lower the vehicle onto the ground. Aim Headlamps.
  13. After installing your Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit, it is recommended that you have a front-end alignment.
  14. This ends the installation of your Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit

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Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit includes front and rear lift components for a correct, and uniform lift for safety and appearance that is unsurpassed.

PLEASE NOTE:  If you are not sure about anything, or if you require additional assistance, please CONTACT US, and we will be happy to assist you in getting the correct kit.

Do this BEFORE your purchase, as we are unable to accept returns on these items.

Kits are vehicle-specific and components are assembled for your specific chassis configuration.  Because of the details and work that goes into this, Returns NOT ACCEPTED for this listing.

Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit

 

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Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit

Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit
Ford Econoline
The Ford E-Series, marketed also as the Ford Econoline and Ford Club Wagon, is a range of full-size vans manufactured and marketed by the Ford Motor Company.
Introduced for model year 1961 as the replacement for the Ford F-Series panel van, the E-Series line is currently in its fourth generation.

Produced in multiple design variations for both retail and commercial sale, the E-Series was developed as a van for either cargo or passenger use, and as a cutaway van chassis and stripped chassis (a chassis without bodywork).

Since the 2015 model year, only the latter two designs are offered, as Ford replaced E-Series vans with the Ford Transit. From 1980 to 2014, the E-Series van was the best-selling full-sized van in the United States.[3]

The model line entered its 60th year of production for 2021, second only to the Ford F-Series (in production since 1948) within Ford Motor Company in terms of longevity.

The E-Series is assembled by Ford at its Ohio Assembly facility at Avon Lake, Ohio, which has produced the model line since 1975. Prior to its closure, Lorain Assembly in Lorain, Ohio, assembled the model line from 1961 to 2005.

Powertrain

At its 1992 launch, the fourth-generation carried over its powertrain line from the third-generation model line (sharing it with the ninth-generation F-Series). A 4.9L inline-six was standard, with a 5.0L V8, a 5.8L V8 offered as options.

On 250 or 350-series vans, a 7.5L V8 and 7.3L Navistar diesel V8 were also optional; the diesel became turbocharged in 1993. During 1994, the IDI diesel was replaced by a 7.3L Ford Powerstroke diesel V8 (also sourced from Navistar).

For 1997, the E-Series underwent a revision of its engine lineup, retaining only the 7.3L diesel.

Sharing its gasoline engines with the tenth-generation F-Series, a 4.2L V6 replaced the inline-6 and a 6.8L V10 replaced the 7.5L V8. The 5.0L V8 and the 5.8L V8 were replaced by 4.6L and 5.4L V8s, respectively.

For 2003, the 7.3L diesel was replaced by a 6.0L diesel from Navistar.

While gaining an intercooler over its predecessor, due to the lack of airflow in the engine compartment (compared to Super Duty trucks), Ford had to detune the E-Series version of the 6.0L V8.

For 2004, the 4.2L V6 was dropped and the 4.6L V8 became the standard engine, making the E-Series the first American full-size van with a V8 engine standard.

The 6.0L Power Stroke was offered until 2009 in the Ford Econoline vans (model year 2010), even though Ford Super Duty trucks were upgraded to the 6.4 version in 2007.

Diesels were no longer offered after the 2010 model year. For 2009, the E-Series gained flexible-fuel capability with 4.6L and 5.4L engines (allowing them to use E85).

In May 2014, the final 4.6L V8 was produced for the E-Series, with the 5.4L V8 becoming the standard engine for 2015.

For 2017, the 6.8L V10 replaced the 5.4L V8 as the standard engine, with a 6.2L V8 becoming the optional engine; along with flex-fuel capability, both engines were offered with options for conversion to CNG or LPG/propane.[19]

For its 2021 model year revision, the E-Series adopts the 7.3L V8 of the Super Duty truck as the only engine option, offered with an option for conversion to CNG or LPG/propane.[20]

1992–present Ford Econoline/Club Wagon/E-Series powertrain details
Engine Configuration Production Fuel type Transmission
Ford Truck Six 4.9 L (300 cu in) OHV I6 1992–1996 Gasoline
  • 4-speed AOD automatic
  • 4-speed E4OD automatic
  • 4-speed 4R100 automatic
  • 5-speed 5R110W automatic (TorqShift)
Ford Windsor V8 4.9 L (302 cu in) OHV V8 1992–1996
5.8 L (351 cu in) OHV V8 1992–1996
Ford 385 V8 7.5 L (460 cu in) OHV V8 1992–1996
Navistar IDI V8 7.3 L (444 cu in) OHV V8 1992 Diesel
7.3 L (444 cu in) OHV V8 turbocharged 1993
Navistar T444E V8
(Ford Power Stroke)
7.3 L (444 cu in) OHV V8 turbocharged 1994–2003
Navistar VT365 V8
(Ford Power Stroke)
6.0 L (365 cu in) OHV 4V V8 turbocharged 2004–2010
Ford Essex V6 4.2 L (256 cu in) OHV V6 1997–2003 Gasoline
Ford Triton V8 4.6 L (281 cu in) SOHC 2V V8 1997–2014
5.4 L (330 cu in) SOHC 2V V8 1997–2016
Ford Triton V10 6.8 L (413 cu in) SOHC 2V V10 1997–2019
Ford Boss V8 6.2 L (379 cu in) SOHC 2V V8 2017–2020
Ford Godzilla V8 7.3 L (445 cu in) OHV 2V V8 2021–present
  • Gasoline
  • CNG
  • Propane
6-speed automatic (TorqShift)

Chassis specifications

The fourth-generation shares the VN platform of the third-generation Econoline, introduced in 1975.

Sharing many components with F-Series trucks, the E-Series retained the “Twin I-Beam” front suspension used by rear-wheel drive Ford trucks in North America from the 1960s to the early 1990s.

The rear suspension was a live rear axle with rear leaf springs.

For the 2008 model year, the chassis underwent its largest revisions of the fourth generation.

In an effort to improve handling and safety, larger brakes were added, improved steering, rollover stability control, and a higher GVWR.[17]

The twin I-beam layout was retained, making it the second last Ford vehicle to use it.[18]

Fourth generation (1992–present)

Fourth generation
Ford--Econoline.jpg

1997–2002 Ford Econoline
Overview
Also called Ford Econoline
Ford Club Wagon
Ford Econoline Wagon
Production 1991–2014 (passenger/cargo van)
1991–present (cutaway/stripped chassis)
Model years 1992–2014 (passenger/cargo van)
1992–present (cutaway/stripped chassis)
Body and chassis
Body style 3/4-door van
Layout FR layout
Platform Ford VN platform
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission
  • 4-speed AOD automatic
  • 5-speed TorqShift automatic
  • 6-speed TorqShift automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase 138 in (3,505 mm)
Length
  • 1992–2007
  • Regular: 212 in (5,385 mm)
  • Extended: 232 in (5,893 mm)
  • 2008–
  • Regular: 216.7 in (5,504 mm)
  • Extended: 236.7 in (6,012 mm)
Width 79.3–79.9 in (2,014–2,029 mm)
Height 80.7–84.1 in (2,050–2,136 mm)
Curb weight 4,773 lb (2,165 kg)
Chronology
Successor Ford Transit

For the 1992 model year, Ford introduced the fourth generation of the Econoline/Club Wagon.

While the third-generation chassis was largely carried over, the body and interior underwent a complete redesign.

The vehicle has received several revisions during its production, with the most recent taking place in 2021.

Toward the end of the 1990s, Ford began to phase out the use of the Econoline and Club Wagon nameplates.

For 1999, the Club Wagon nameplate was discontinued (in favor of Econoline Wagon).

After the 2000 model year, the Econoline was renamed the E-Series, a nomenclature closer to that of Ford’s full-size F-Series trucks.

In June 2014, production of E-Series passenger and cargo vans was discontinued as sales of the Ford Transit began in North America.

From the 2015 model year onward, the E-Series has remained in production solely in cutaway and stripped chassis configurations.[16]

For 2002, Ford introduced the E-550 Super Duty as the highest-GVWR version of the E-Series.[21]

Offered solely in a cutaway-cab design,[21] the E-550 was intended to bridge the gap between the pickup truck-derived F-450/550 Super Duty and the F-650 medium-duty trucks.

Sharing a number of chassis components with the F-550 Super Duty, the E-550 was distinguished by a grille styled in line with Super Duty pickup trucks (with a three horizontal slots between two vertical openings).

To accommodate the wider, heavier-duty front axle, the van body was fitted with a larger front bumper and plastic fender flares (shared with the F-550 truck).

Several wheelbases were offered, ranging between 159.5 inches and 233.5 inches; as with the Super Duty and the E-350/450, the E-550 was powered by either a 6.8L V10 or a 7.3L V8 turbodiesel.[21]

Following the 2003 model year, Ford ended production of the E-550.

*Some information above was provided by Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia.

Wikipedia (/ˌwɪkɪˈpdiə/ (audio speaker iconlisten) wik-ih-PEE-dee-ə or /ˌwɪki-/ (audio speaker iconlisten) wik-ee-) is a free contentmultilingual online encyclopedia written and maintained by a community of volunteers through a model of open collaboration, using a wiki-based editing system.

Individual contributors, also called editors, are known as Wikipedians. It is the largest and most-read reference work in history.[3] It is consistently one of the 15 most popular websites ranked by Alexa; as of 2021, Wikipedia was ranked the 13th most popular site.[3][4]

It is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, an American non-profit organization funded mainly through donations.[5]

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56 reviews for Elite Ford E250 E350 2WD Lift Kit

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  1. Darren W. – Starkville, MS (Verified Purchase)

    They wouldn’t ship my kit until I sent them a photo of the vin label on my van. All that was wrong with what I typed in was that an “I” that I typed in was supposed to be a “1”. It held up my order for 3 days because I didn’t know they hadn’t shipped it and the email went to my spam folder in yahoo. The kit is fine I just wish they had shipped it right out whenever I ordered it that’s all.

    2007 x1
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    • administrator (store manager)

      Hello Darren. Thank you for your purchase and for posting a review. As we explained, we do require the correct VIN so as to be sure we are creating the exact kit for proper fitment to your vehicle. We do appreciate that you provided your vehicle’s VIN and that we were able to get the correct parts shipped out to you quickly once the vehicle specifics were verified. We hope that by now you have been able to complete the installation of your kit and tire combination you stated you had coming for your E-350. We hope all is well and we would love to see a photo of the finished project. Please feel free to follow up with your overall experience and maybe update your review of the actual product. We were very thankful to hear back that you were pleased with the kit and just waiting for your tires to come in. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you need anything. We’d love to help. -The Ford Parts One Team

  2. Tanner R. – Spring, TX (Verified Purchase)

    The kit is made heavy duty and appears to be high quality and nicely packaged but that is not the problem. I just got it today and I ordered it on Thanksgiving day! That was almost a week ago! When I asked why it wasnt moving in UPS when I checked the tracing they said UPS did not work on weekends and holidays and I know I saw the brown trucks on Saturday. Not happy about waiting 6 days for something I payed for last week.

    2002 x1
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  3. Marshall A. – Pensacola, FL (Verified Purchase)

    Kit is heavy duty and van looks great but my kit must have got lost in shipping and it took 8 days to get it after I ordered it. Not happy about that!

    2001 x1
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Q & A

I just replaced All of my OE Rubber Body Mounts, how does the Kit ‘integrate’ with them ? RicoZ asked on January 28, 2023

This is a suspension lift kit so it will have no issue or relation to your body mounts. I actually replaced my body isolators at the same time we had my van in for the lift kit, so you're going to be in good shape with both!

Chase answered on January 28, 2023

Rico, thank you for your question. All of the components in this kit are for lifting the suspension of your van and they do not in any way effect the Body isolation mounts on your vehicle. You will have no concerns with the kit and the new bushings you have previously installed. I hope this is helpful. -The Ford Parts One Team

administrator answered on January 28, 2023 store manager
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Will this kit lift a complete 2 inches all the way around? I want bigger tires and thinking of this kit to buy. Hernandez asked on January 22, 2023

Hernandez, thank you for your question. Yes, the lift provides 2" of front and rear lift in one complete package. This will allow additional room for larger tires and more ground clearance without worrying about having to spend $-Thousands to lift your van. We do not make tire size recommendations because each individual has their own opinion as to what the largest tire size means. Example: Some people want zero tire rubbing ever and some don't mind a slight tire rub during parking lot maneuvers like backing out of a tight parking space, etc. We suggest fitting the front left tire and checking clearance there, as the front left will always have just a tad less clearance than any other location on the vehicle due to design-intent of these vehicles during manufacturing to accommodate the crest of the road. Your tire dealer/supplier will be helpful with this. If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to reach out, as we are always very happy to help. -The Ford Parts One Team

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