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Old 11-29-2011, 06:16 AM
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Question Level Questions???

I am looking at getting my truck level. I was thinking about going with the 2.5 level kit and the f350 blocks.

Question 1: What front end adjustments will need to be made after the block is installed? (axle wrap?)

Question 2: If i plan to get air bags eventually, would there be a need for the f350 blocks?

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Clint
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Old 11-29-2011, 06:47 AM
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Well, you have a fx4 so I would not do blocks if you plan to be off road with it. I think you can go 2.5 without having to worry about adjusting anything. I did a 2" on my f350 and that's so when I tow the @ss won't sag as much. The f350 blocks in the back you would need until you get the bags because otherwise the @ss would sag.

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Well, you have a fx4 so I would not do blocks if you plan to be off road with it.
so the f350 blocks and fx4 dont mix? Why is that?
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so the f350 blocks and fx4 dont mix? Why is that?
It's not that its that you dont want blocks on the front end becouse they can kick out and you can damag your truck. I have only seen it once but I hear about it all the time. Its better to do a shackle or add a leaf lift IMO
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I see, well back to the drawing board i guess. Sounds like the best setup would be add a leaf and do the airbags in the back.
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I personally like my add a leaf but would consider the shakle too.
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