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Old 08-05-2010, 08:33 PM
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Finally decided on a lift!!! woohoo

well since i cant sell my leveling kit to save my life. i have a ready lift 2.5" spacer and new 4" blocks i decided to pair it up with a Rough Country 3" lift to make the 5" lift i want.
here is a description of the rough country kit

Rough Country 3" Lift Kit for the Ford Super Duty truck includes front progressive rate coil springs, front trac bar, radius arm drop brackets, 4 Nitro 9000 shocks, rear 2" blocks & u-bolts.


now jus have to wait for the lift to come in and some time off from work!!!

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Old 08-07-2010, 07:37 AM
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If I read it correctly, you're planning on stacking blocks to obtain 6'' block in the rear? Thats NEVER recommended. Trevor at Precision Metal Fab can make you a solid unitized block for whatever size you need, and you can even get the traction block setup that several have gotten, and mine should be on the way middle of next week.

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Old 08-07-2010, 07:52 AM
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As stated above, I think I'd try to get a single block. But, at the very least, I would take the blocks to a metal shop somewhere and at least get them welded together so that they are one solid unit.
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Will you need longer shocks than supplied?And the pan rod is for 3" and not 5".
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Old 08-07-2010, 09:42 PM
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plan to use a 6" block. gunna sell the other blocks
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