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Old 01-27-2011, 04:11 PM
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What Size Lift Blocks? (2009 F-250 CCLB - 4" Lift)

Im putting on a 4" Pure Performance 4-Link suspension lift...Just trying to decide what height block I need.

Truck is a 2009 F-250 Crew Cab Long Bed. Stock it sits pretty much dead nuts level. Im figuring I need around 5.5"-5.75" block for the lift...Sound right?
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I found that what ever you add up front add in the rear if you like the stance it has now! the f250 has just about a 2" block in the rear i would do a 6" block that should put you about the same maybe a tad higher in the rear!
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i did a 5.5" rear block with my icon 4.5" lift. my truck sits level. I would say a 5" to be level or a 6" for a little bit or rake.
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I put a 4" block in the back when I put my 2.5" leveling kit on and it sits perfectly level. It would only make sense to me that a 4" lift would require a 5.5" block.
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Your getting the Pure 5.75"...unless you tell me differently before Monday as the kits shipping Monday-Tue

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Your getting the Pure 5.75"...unless you tell me differently before Monday as the kits shipping Monday-Tue

Cary
Haha no we're good to go. I think the 5.75" block with the 4" kit will be perfect. I was just curious what others were using.

By the way, anyone looking to lift their trucks; I have to recommend Cary at CT Performance. He has been EXTREMELY helpful in helping choose exactly what will work best for me and my truck, and has great prices to boot. If you're thinking about a lift definitely give Cary a call.
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