*Sale cancelled*2009 Ford E350 RB Ujoint 6” lift on 37’s


Hey all, putting the van up for sale. Will be going on autotrader here in a few weeks as well. Still building it and using it till it sells. So more things will be added as time goes on.

2009 Ford E350 XL
5.4 liter with 108,000 miles
At 100,000 miles I did the Ujoint conversion

6” leaf spring lift with fox 2.0 with reservoirs

Stage 2 front Dana 60 axle for RSC
Completely rebuilt with 4.88 gears and Eaton E-locker.

Dana 60 rear fully rebuilt as well with 4.88 gears and ARB air locker.

Monster transmission 4r75 4x4 transmission with built with the tow package.

Nv271 manual T case.

Arb twin compressor and 5 gallon air tank plumbed with front and rear hook ups.

Toyo RT 37 12.50r17 with discount tire warranty for full replacement

Currently has a single 3 person bench plus I have 4 sienna cloth seats. One is installed in the passenger seat 2 can be bolted in for captain seats.

U joint aluminum front bumper.... I guess it’s a one off with a 50” curved light bar.

5star tuning tuner for power and RSC

ARB awning with sports mobile rail brackets

Auxiliary 35 gallon fuel tank. Located where the spare was. Haven’t had a chance to see how far I can go yet.

In the works....

1. Dinette rear seating that has storage and turns into a bed.

2. Rear bumper and tire carrier.

3. Have all the parts minus cables for auxiliary battery setup on the passenger frame rail.

Right now the interior is kind of open to any setup for any open plan.

Minus the engine just about everything has been replaced, flushed, or inspected.

The bad.

Has the RSC lights on the dash which is common with Ujoint kits with RSC. The 5tuning runs everything great just the lights on the dash.

Barn door was replaced prior to me slightly different shade of white.

Has desert pin stripping

Great running van!! Most the miles I’ve put on it have been Offroad. Rides smooth and flexes awesome. Selling to buy a diesel for my big travel trailer.

Asking 37k and located in Las Vegas.

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Do you know if the side door was replaced due to damage/being in an accident, and are the van side panels stock or have they been replaced? It may just be my computer but the rear panel seems to be a different white compared to the front- in the 4th picture down.


I average around 12-14 mpg roughly that’s mostly been on Offroad trips loaded down. I seem to get 300 to 340. When I finish the secondary it will give it another 34 gallons.

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Msand, your correct that one door was replaced prior to me owning it. It was just that door that was changed out. No damage to van body at all or the rest of the van. I think I might have found a same year van that I can grab the door from to match. Car fax reported it as a minor accident.

All the interior panels are stock interior and haven’t been replaced.

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Weekend bump, auxiliary fuel tank is installed everything works just waiting on a new filler next for the aux tank. Might be starting on a dual swing bumper here soon.

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Some temp upgrades and big grades coming soon.

Order parts for dual swing arms for the bumper I’m building.

MG metal works front seat brackets and sienna seats getting installed super soon

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