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Lift Question

I got a 2 inch block to sit on top of the stock block, and what they call a 2 inch add a leaf both for the rear. Now the question, what would I have to do to the front to counter this rear lift??

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First remove both blocks and get 1 of the correct height..never stack blocks.
Assume you got a 4" lift and you want it level..need a 6" in front as usually the fronts low by 2"

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well I havent done anything yet. But if I just ran the add a leaf in the rear and left the stock block, what would be the best way in the front to make it level?

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The budget correct way (IMHO) Would be a nice shackle kit coupled with AALs for the front, unless you have the cash to burn, then just search out an entire front spring pack kit that equals the rear. Iether way, you will definently be having to do steering/axle relocation at these heights. (Pitman arm, Panhard bar/bracket, extended sway bar leads, brake lines, ect...)

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