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Leveling Kit vs. 4-4.5" Suspension Lift? WHAT IS YOUR OPINION

I know that I have been asking a lot of questions about suspension kits but I just want to do it right the first time. I already have a 2.5" Ready Lift Leveling Kit on my truck now. I don't have the rear blocks installed. I am running 35x12.50 on stock 20's. Is it worth the trouble to upgrade to a 4.5" kit or am I waisting my time with trying to find a kit? Do they make a difference? Does one look better than the other? What is your opinion? I am interested to hear.

2006 Ford F250 SuperDuty King Ranch 6.0L, 2.5" ReadyLift Leveling Kit, 35x12.50R20 (stock King Ranch 20" wheels)...that's all for now, but not for long

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If your tire is rubbing on the radius arm, more lift is not going to eliminate that problem. A wheel spacer or a set of wheels with a different offset will.

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I also have a leveling kit with 35X12.5R20 with the stock 20 inch rims but i dont have any rubbing issues. Notstock is right about the rubbing issue though.

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