Once upon a time, the TTB was fitted to the Bronco and F150. It was fairly sucky as delivered by Ford, but the cool thing was Rancho engineered a 4" lift that worked great. The magic in it was they doubled the length of the radius rods, and the 1/2 ton trucks were fitted with coils rather than leaf springs. I was pretty familiar with it all because I had an truck I installed that Rancho kit in, and it nearly doubled the front suspension travel.it worked well.
The issue with the TTB F250's is the use of leafs rather than coils. The leaf springs are undergoing not only compression (which they are good at), but also torsion as the TTB swings through it's arc. Additionally, the leafs provide a very short radius for the TTB to swing it's arc. Despite that, the system works fairly well in the real world, but only in the wheel travel it is limited to.
So the net of it is, the TTB in the F250 is going to suffer somewhat limited travel, weird geometry issues, and extra wear on the steering components. If you lift the truck, you really won't gain any suspension performance, just lift. If you choose to keep the TTB suspension, be prepared to replace wear items more often.
HTH in the thought process.
'95 F250 4x4 ECLB 296k - ZF5, Southbend, 4.10, van pedestal, EBPV & CCV delete, 1.0 ex housing, 3" DP, 4" exhaust, BFAF, 6.0 fan, 140v IDM, Autometer, MagHytec diff cover, HD ft springs, 16x8 alloys
'95 F-Superduty 4x2 CM 12' Flatbed 47k - E4OD, 5.13, Banks intercooler, van pedestal, EBPV & CCV delete, 1.0 ex housing, 3" DP, 3/5" side dump exhaust, BFAF, PHP tunes, 6.0 fan, 140v IDM, TruCool, MagHytec diff/pan, Dieselsite exl trans filter, Autometer, 180w LED bar