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Old 03-26-2012, 09:44 AM
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08 250 leveling kit question

have an 08 250 going to go with 5" blocks and my rear end has a little tiny bit of sag should i go with 2.5" spacers in the front or 3"? just curious as to what people have been running
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Old 03-26-2012, 10:18 AM
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Im running 2.5 spacers in the front and 4" blocks in the rear. My truck is just about level, ~.5" higher in the back. Unfortunately not every truck is made the same.

If you got 5" blocks I would look at 3" spacers in the front.
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This is how mine sit's with a 2.5" front spacer and a 5" block in the back, I wanted the back a little higher because I haul a 20' enclosed landscaping trailer and I don't like the look of a truck when the back is lower than the front.

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