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Old 08-31-2012, 05:20 PM
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How do I figure out what lift I have?

I have an 01 F250 with 265/75R16 tires on it. If sits higher than stock but i dont know how much. The rear supsension has stock 2" blocks with a 1" lift block and an add-a-leaf. The front doesnt have spring packs or shackles but the leaf springs have more leafs than stock. My problem is that it looks like my front end is starting to sag, I'm not sure if it is but i dont have a way of telling. Also if I need new front springs I dont know what size to get. All the help is appreciated. Thanks, Mario.
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snap some pics, the rear sounds like it could use some changes as well. as far as the front goes, try finding a part number on the spring..... only real way to tell, is to measure center of axle to frame, or center of hub to fender lip. post your measurements.
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