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Stacking 2in leveling kits

I have a 2 in spacer in my 06 f250 looks nice but i want another 2 in in the front for the rake i like., im thinking about ordering another one and scratch the bolt it comes with and get a longer one and put the 2 together.. i know cheap and realible and done right dont go hand hand but i think i wanna do this. any thoughts? so what im doing is puting 2 2" spacers together with a longer bolt.. im sure ill have to extend my shocks.. maybe even sway bar.

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I have a 2 in spacer in my 06 f250 looks nice but i want another 2 in in the front for the rake
your talking about stacking the front coil spring spacers?

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Ahh I see you have the bottom style now ,, so get a top style also and avoid the stack and get some shock extenders


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Yea I have the spacers that go on the bottom. There only 22 bucks. But thata a good idea u have

2006 FORD F-250
302,000 miles still running like she has 50,000
beat on everyday
EXTENDED CAB LONG BED
SINSTER EGR DELETE
HEAD STUDS
SCT WITH IDP TUNES
5 IN STRAIGHT PIPE EXHAUST
4 IN DOWN PIPE
6.4L BANJO BOLTS
BLUE SPRING UPGRADE
RCD 68mm S300 Turbo
RCD 205/200 sticks

own diesel shop in Sarasota

OFF ROAD DIESEL
1985 CATTLEMEN RD
SARASOTA FL 34232
JOSH 941-348-9221



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