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How to make truck ride higher?
Ok so I apologize because I don't know much about the suspension on our trucks so just try to hear me out... I would like the rear end to sit higher than it does (actually the whole truck but I feel like it will be easier to just add something to the rear end.)
I have a f-250 2wd and it has a 2.5" leveling kit on the front.
I thought I may have read on here or maybe somewhere else that I can just install f-350 leaf springs on to my truck. I'm not really sure if this will change the ride height
Is adding blocks to the rear-end (say 2") going to affect the ride or performance of the truck? I know I would have to install longer shocks for this which is ok because they need to be replaced anyway..
Get a 4" lift overall...I really don't want to do this mainly because of the price (not only the lift but the new tires and wheels I would have to also purchase)
I want to be able to do this myself. I have installed all of my own mods except for the leveling kit.
Again I apologize for the lack of knowledge on the subject but the forum has helped me put everything on my truck so far!
2000 f250 7.3 w/ 103k miles
4" MBRP turbo back exhaust
DIY Intake with AFE big boost filter
Autometer Cobalt gauges (trans, boost,pyro)
PHP Phoenix stock, 40ht,80dd,120race
Dieselsite coolant filter
Dieselsite IC Boots
Fightin' Texas Aggie Class of 2013!