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After researching a little, it seems that 2.5" is the highest you can go without new track bar/pitman arm. Your talking about going to three inches so I guess that would be just enough to put you where you need an adj. track bar.
Out of curiosity, did you install you add-a-leaf underneath the two existing leafs, or in between? I tried to do mine yesterday and had all my tools layed out, pulled the tire off and set the axle on a jack stand. But then I could get the jack high enough to lift the frame, lol. even with blocks on the jack, I still didn't have a jack stand high enough to set the fram down. I don't get under trucks sitting on a jack. Jack stands only.
Anyway, I'll be trying it again next weekend after I pick up a dozen solid concrete blocks from work to raise the jack and jack stand. Instead of doing the level kit, I started to service my front auto-hubs. I pulled the clip off and grabbed hold of the hub and pulled. It would budge, but thats about it. I could feel the o-ring flexing and holding, but I couldn't get it to let go.
So, since I could do the two major things I wanted to get done this weekend, I just decided to wash the truck and be done with it. Well, It was so hot and my truck is black, so the soap was drying on the truck before I could finish washing one door. So now my truck is no longer dirty, there's just soap streaks all over it. It was an irritating day yesterday.
OK, done ranting - all I was really wondering was the placement of the add-a-leaf.
2003 F250 FX4 7.3L CC/SB Lariat
S&B Intake, DP Tuner F5 60T/60E/80E
Wicked Wheel, Autometer Gauges
Muffler Delete, AIH Delete, foil delete
BrightBox + FogLights mod