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Newb, lift question

First off I have a 2000 excursion 4x4 with a 7.3. A buddy of mine just removed his front springs and leveling pack off his 2002 f-250 4x4 and gave them to me. If im thinking straight, I could install his springs and leveling pack and get close to a 3-4 inch lift? If this is correct all I would need is new blocks for the rear, adjust. track bar, and shocks and I would be ready for some larger tire.

Please let me know if this is worth doing and if my lift amounts are correct.

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well what size is the leveling kit?

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It was a two inch leveling kit. Am I correct in thinking that the springs alone will give approx 2 inches of lift then the leveling kit should make it 3-4 total lift?
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