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2013 F250 w/ Snow Plow Pkg

I have a 13 F250 4x4 FX4. I bought it and it had the snow plow package on it. From what I understand the difference is stiffer springs in the front.

My truck seems to be a touch lower in the rear than the front and it gets on my nerves.
Would replacing the springs with the stock springs be worth it? I guess it might ride a little better possibly.
If I did that would I have to have an alignment done?

Or would I be better off putting like a 1" block in the rear?

Also thinking about changing the stock shocks out. Not sure which ones to go with though. Reading on here there seems to be mixed feelings about all of them.

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If you want to improve your ride quality a bit then I'd replace those front springs with the standard springs. You could also put blocks from an F350 on the rear and that'd lift it up a little bit.

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If you want to improve your ride quality a bit then I'd replace those front springs with the standard springs. You could also put blocks from an F350 on the rear and that'd lift it up a little bit.

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