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It's all good, I'm pretty sure I get what you're saying...As i mentioned before, it seems you're after the "pre-runner" look where the rear end is lower than the front. If you google it or even browse around the forums here you'll see some examples of it. There's two separate threads running right now in the 6.4 categories, one labeled let's see your lifted 6.4's ( or something to that effect ). The other one is a thread about seeing the trucks working. In both of these threads you'll see great pictures of trucks lifted and working to give you a better idea of the look you're after.
As for your query though you can certainly lift the front end with any number of kits out there to get the 4" you're looking for, and just leave the rear alone. The stock block on an F250 is approximately 2" thick, and the truck sits slightly lower in the front from the factory. So by adding 4" to the front and leaving the rear alone, you will effectively give yourself around 2-3" rake to the rear as opposed to the front, i.e. pre-runner look. Now if it is the look you're after then this is the way to go. However if you think you have to keep the rear low to tow then as mazsecond said you can just get a drop hitch and a decent lift kit to maximize towing while still getting the full lift you want. Sorry for the rant but I hope this makes sense to you. Do a few searches in the different forums and you'll come up with a million different threads about lifts and so on to help you decide what company fits your needs best.
2008 F-250 Badlander...2.5" level, 5" blocks, 35's on 22's, H&S Mini-Maxx, 5" Flo-Pro straight pipe, S&B, KEM