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Before you do that I would drive the truck over some bumps for a few days and see if they seat themselves. I've installed alot of springs that either sit crooked or just plain too high overall, and after driving a rough road a few times they've worked themselves in and sat correctly. Sometimes they just torsion load when lowered back down and have to displace that energy and rotate themselves into place.
2004 King Ranch F250 FX4 6.0L
5" Custom Lift with 325/65R18's on KMC Diesels
Stage 1's by Josh Davis (RCD), FASS 150/95@65psi.
Fuel Cross-Over, OEM FPR Plugged
Outlook Monitor, EGR Delete, Throttle Plate Delete, Banks Monster 4"-5" Tip