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Help with Suspension

Currently my F250 (01 Crew Cab long bed) sits close to level. I was contemplating a 2" front leveling kit to help clear larger tires, however, I think it will make it look to sag then. My question is basically can I use F350 blocks (3-5/8" tall ones) and if so would I need the flat ones or the tapered ones for my truck? I really don't want to lift the truck any more than 2" all the way around so a "lift" kit is out of the question.

Thanks in advance....

01 F250 Crew Cab Long bed 4x4, Dp F5 Tuner, Autometer Gauges, 6.0 Trans Cooler, RiffRaff FRx, Ford AIS intake, 4" MKO down pipe, 5" MKO exhaust, 6" MBRP tip, RiffRaff F650 dash upgrade, Van turbo with 1.00/1.15 housings, Non EBPV pedestal, 6.0 intercooler, RiffRaff intercooler and intake boots, Homemade CCV mod.
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