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Old 07-06-2010, 09:49 PM
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Blocks on 04 F250??

I want to put some blocks in to raise my suspension on my truck. I want a quick easy way to raise it enough so I can fit bigger tires underneath it without spending all the money for a lift at this time. Anyone know how big I can go with blocks, just to start? And which ones anyone would recommend?
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Old 07-11-2010, 01:45 PM
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Not the front though, correct?

Blocks in the front are dangerous and illegal in many areas.

A mini spring pack for the front and a larger block (F-350 or 4") for the rear would be the cheapest route.

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Old 07-13-2010, 01:49 AM
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Does anyone sell a mini spring kit that is any cheaper than that? Because i've been looking at block kits and they're in like the $100 range. I'm not "cheap" just don't have the money to throw at doing a nice lift right now but I've got the money to jump on a set of wheels and tires I want which is again why I need to raise it up.
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I've never seen a suspension company sell front lift blocks..flea bay sellers yes but ask them about their liability insurance.

You could get a add-a-leaf..
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