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I just got a 2008 f250 6.4 for a company ride. I am going to get a levelling kit for the front. Right now the truck sits level so I want to lift the rear too. I heard that f350 rear blocks were taller. Is this true? I would just like to add a set for rear lift. Thanks.

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Yes the f350 block is taller about 3 5/8" where the f250 is about 1 7/8"
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That ought to do it. I want the front a bit higher than the back. Thanks.

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I want the front a bit higher than the back,,,,,,,,why???
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it looks better that way imo



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high front is a Cali thing, they think they have Baja 1000 trucks

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