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Carli Levelling Kit and Drive shaft

Good afternoon folks. First time poster, long time reader. I have an issue I hope somebody out there has figured out.
I have a 2011 F250, cc, diesel, 4wd...I recently purchased a Carli levelling kit that includes front springs, adjustable track bar, brake line brkts...I also bought 5100 Bilsteins for front and rear, high mount steering's my issue....I was able to get the correct part # for the F350 4" spacers I need to replace the 2" F250 spacers....while looking for the correct u bolts I need, I came across a TSB from Ford..13-3-8....the bulletin states that some folks want a higher stance in the rear of the 250 so they suggest changing spacers AND you also need to change the drive shaft. Ok, this is the first I have heard of I try to contact Carli, no luck. If I am also increasing the front stance by 2.5", would I need to change the drive shaft? I appreciate any help I can get
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Old 10-04-2013, 10:33 AM
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First I have heard of the d-shaft issue.
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Old 10-04-2013, 02:56 PM
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I call bs on the driveshaft
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