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Leveling Kit and Rear Block Question

Ok, before I head to Top Gun Customz I want to make sure I am understanding correctly...

My truck is stock, the front sits 3/4" lower than the back at the fender wells. As I understand it, my 08 F-250 has 2" blocks in the rear.

If I get 1.5" spacers for the front, and 3" blocks for the rear...my truck essentially gets leveled out (front lower by 1/4") and the truck as a whole basically gets a 1" lift?

Likewise 4" rear blocks and 2.5" spacers give me a 2" lift?

Is it really that simple?


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Yep very simple if you want the same stance what ever you put in the front do in the rear. 2.5" front gets 2.5" rear then dropping the rear dead level is just subtracting the difference in rear height so if your rear is 3/4" higher knock that off the blocks makes them 1 3/4" taller than stock for a 2.5" front kit.
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thanks guys...finally something easy...lol


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