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Any idea how much lift I have?

I bought a 6.0 CC with no back story or history on it. I can tell its lifted but I'm not sure how much. The distance from the center of the shock eyes is 20.75" in the front and 25.5" in the rear on what appear to me stock shock mounts. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Hope this helps! I think those tires are 265s


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If its a leaf spring and just 2 leafs in front its 2"
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These are my front leafs


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Then more like a 4"-5" lift
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Looks to be a 4".

What are your fender measurements? I'm betting they are about 44"


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You can also on a leaf spring suspenion just shackles and they will lift it ! Those springs have the same amount of leafs as mine and mine is stock ride height!


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