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Is my truck lifted?

Just picked her up a few weeks ago. I love it. But since it is needing some new tires, i was looking online for some and it appears that the stock size tire for this truck is a LT265. Those are LT305's on it right now. The previous owner said from what he knew, its all stock except for a leveling kit. I have no idea how these trucks came configured from the factory, so here i am. The rear appears to have 3"-4" lift blocks.

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Its just leveled. The f350s came with 4 inch blocks from the factory

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What do the front springs look like?

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That is the stock height for the rear of a 99 f350. The front looks to have a leveling kit on it. Sharp truck, looks JUST like my first superduty right down to the color, and the 4x4 decal!

I even had those steps-carr hoops.

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yeah just looks like the front was leveled about 2.5 inch. Nice looking truck

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