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Old 08-12-2010, 07:45 PM
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4inch block?

ok guys sorry still a newbie, but i keep seeing and reading about a leveling kit with a 4inch block....now im thinkin that its for the back, because the leveling kit picks the front up to much....so can i do this to my truck? I got an 04 F250 4x4....and if i can, where can i get one of these blocks?

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Old 08-15-2010, 06:35 AM
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id do a little less than that to make it sit exactly level. most everyone uses a f350 block when they install a front leveler. it will make the truck sit just about perfectly even on all four corners, b/c it is taller than our f250 block....
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Mine is EXACTLY level, but still LOOKS like it is ever so slightly pre-runner. I would go with the 4" block if I had to do it again.

BTW, do NOT use blocks to lift the front; you MUST use lift springs and/or drop brackets.
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Old 08-15-2010, 07:04 AM
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of course my above answer go with you doing a 2.5 inch leveler up front, you didnt state which one you have.

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