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it all really depends on how good of a kit you want. You can always just go with Add-a-Leafs and blocks in the rear, but thats the cheapest way, and yes eventually they will start to sag. plus blocks will tend to cause axle-wrap for the rear which will shorten the life of your springs even more.. The best way is to go with new, full spring lift. with shocks to match the new height of course.. but then your talkin more money.. you can get add-a-leaf and block lift kits for like 1300$ at the most. I know pro-comp sells em pretty cheap. especially for a 4" lift. I got a 10" Super lift on mine, roughly about 1,800. I went with them, cuz i wanted a good kit. my truck see's mud and rock every chance i get so i needed the performance of good articulation and quality springs and shocks. how often do you plan to use your lift kit?? or will it be a road queen?
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2000 F350, 10"s 38's, 4.56 gears/lockers, Dynatrac high steer w/free spin hub kit, 5" strait piped, DIY intake, 38R,Swamps 250cc, H-11 Studs, 910 Springs, Smith Brothers Pushrods, Adrenaline,Sinister Diesel Fuel System, CCV Mod, non ebv Ped. with high-flow outlet, Bellowd up-pipes, Built tranny, Gearhead Tunes.