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Totally agree with above post. I wouldnt go over 4" with blocks in the rear. not to say you cant but just from prior experience, you dont want a block spitting out on you going down the highway...not cool. Plus the axle wrap and pinion stress under loads goes way up with blocks. You can also look into re-curving and adding a leaf or two to your packs. I have about 6" of lift on my OBS with no blocks on the stock(kind of) rear packs. I had them re-curved for 100 bucks, added some leaves and ditched the overloads. That, combined with a shakle flip that i made gave me plenty of lift. Rides a little rough but its still a 1 ton+ too.
Noisy, knockin, fartin, smokin, chuggin, nasty, dirty, stinky, blown, turboed, natural aspirated, fuel waxin, oil leakin, torque makin love of my life Diesels.
96' F-350, Snorkel, Programmer, Big Injectors, hood stack, 10" lift, Locked and spooled Rockwells, 53" V-treads.
I also have an quad cab cummins, 6 speed, air raid, fass, 4 inch straight pipe, & Smarty tuner.
I like places so cold you can spread diesel fuel on your toast like apple jelly.