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post #1 of 5 Old 02-21-2014, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Un-level after lift

Is I just finished the 6" RC lift on my latest powerstroke, my first ever swb early 99. Looks and drives great, however the rear is about 1.5" higher than the front.
I have 4" oem blocks with bump stops on the rear under the 6" RC lift springs.
Does anyone make a 3" thick block instead? I think that would get me fairly close to level. I have other trucks to tow any heavy loads I need to, this is the "toy".
Any info or suggestions is appricated.

EARLY 1999 F250 7.3 SUPERCAB 4x4 SWB
6" ROUGH COUNTRY LIFT, ALL SPRINGS
RC SINGKE STABILIZER
DUAL SHOCKS UP FRONT
37" TOYO MT'S ON 20" FUEL BOOST WHEELS
RANCH HAND FULL FRONT AND REAR REPLACMENT BUMPERS
4" TURBO BACK MAGNAFLOW SS EXHAUST
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Ford Fabricated Lift Blocks

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08 VR F250 CCSB Lariat FX4
8" PMF 4 link
22x12 American Force Hero 37" Toyos
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Exactly what I'm needing.
Any knowledge on their block/bar combo?
I'll need traction bars later so may as well get the correct blocks at the same time.
Look like a quality set up.
Thanks for the info.

EARLY 1999 F250 7.3 SUPERCAB 4x4 SWB
6" ROUGH COUNTRY LIFT, ALL SPRINGS
RC SINGKE STABILIZER
DUAL SHOCKS UP FRONT
37" TOYO MT'S ON 20" FUEL BOOST WHEELS
RANCH HAND FULL FRONT AND REAR REPLACMENT BUMPERS
4" TURBO BACK MAGNAFLOW SS EXHAUST
DIY INTAKE WITH OILED FILTER
DP-TUNER F-5 CHIP
GLO-SHIFT GAUGES
INTERNATIONAL BADGING
F550 SUPERDUTY BADGING
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Everyone swears by PMF. I cant say for the traction blocks. I'm gonna be ordering a set when I get back from this deployment tho.

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I've ran his integrated traction bar and block setup. What are you wanting to know?




E99 F250 CCSB ZF6

DynoProven tunes, FF 180/100's, 6637, 4" exhaust, CTS

4" PMF shackle lift, V codes, Bilstein 5100's, PMF Dual Steering Stabilizer w/ Bilsteins, 35" Terra Grapplers, 18x10 mo962

Harley headlights, billet grille, nerf steps, 08 mirrors

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