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Easy Lift Kit??

Ok should I do add-a-leafs in the front? If so do I need longer shocks or can I buy stock shocks?Or what else can I do to level the front?


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i was wondering the same thing
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A leveling kit will just be one leaf added to the front so you could use the stock shocks still

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If you have a F250 and raise it you will need ball joint camber plugs to get the wheels back into alinement..better to just save $$ and get a d60. Only way a TBI can move is by twisting the springs..which ends up destroying all the spring shackle bushings. Stupidest idea anyone has come up with for a suspension system.
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