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Traction Bars with New Lift

This may be kind of a no brainer, but I just want to be sure. I currently have a Ready Lift 2.5" lift/leveling kit with Ready Lift 5" rear blocks on my F350 and Pro Comp traction bars. I have been playing with the idea of going to a 6" lift, but if I did, would I need to relocate the forward part of the traction bar where it is bolted to the frame? I think I will, but I just want to make sure I'm thinking correctly.
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unless the bars are adjustable

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You'll need to relocate the mounts.

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