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Blocks or Add Leaf??????

i just installed new front 2.5 springs on my 1999 F250. Now the front sits alittle higher than the back .. Should i put 5 inch Blocks or 2.5 Add leaf on it to get it level..It has a 3.5 inch factory block on it now..
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if you want it to ride factory i would go with a custom 1 piece PMF block like this: Fabricated Unitized Lift Block

the u bolts actually go through the block making it stronger

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i agree with raul the add a leafs make it ride stiff

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Best option is a set of Deaver rear 2.5" mini spring packs. Better ride quality, more capacity and less axle wrap than blocks. We have them in stock. PM if I can help.

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