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Question Lift question

My 2000 F250 currently has a 6" lift on it which is done with blocks in the rear and springs in the front, my question is if i installed a 4.5" shackle flip kit in the rear what would be the cheapest and easiest way to lift the front to match?
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I think there are a few shackle kits for the front as well. That would definitely be cheaper than new springs. You'd still have to account for new shocks, brake lines, etc.
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just spend the money for new rear springs... your going to have to start buying a bunch of parts to make it work.....


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