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There are multiple ways you can do a 4 inch lift or leveling kit. With replacing your 6 inch lift, I'm assuming you have the springs, brackets, shocks, and shackles that you have to replace.
Therefore here are your options as far as i know:
Shackle kit for stock front springs, make sure to get the longer shackles for front and rear spring mounts for the front setup. The rear will already be high enough.
You can also buy taller springs if you don't like the shackle setup, however that will cost more.
This is what I want to do as well, there are lifts options from $900-$1700 depending on how nice you want your truck to ride. Skyjacker is a cheaper option, giving you 4 inch lift springs for the front and a block lift in the rear. Seeing the rear is already higher than the front, you will only need a 2.5" block. Skyjacker shocks are cheap, fox or billstein shocks are the better riding shocks.
You can also get springs for the rear if you want, however it is more expensive.
For a truck with 35" tires, I would suggest a 4 inch skyjacker lift, with the 4" lifted springs in the front, and the 2.5" block in the rear. Shocks arent as important, however if you want them to last billstein or fox shocks are the best.
Hope this is what you were asking for.
2002 CCLB F350 7.3L 4x4 Lariat. Black with 2007 Tan leather interior. Mild towing tune, K&N CAI with sleeve, MBRP 4" exhaust straight pipe.
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