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Leveling kit question

I've got an 06 f250 that I want to make room for 35's. I find it hard to believe that all I need is 2"aluminum blocks for 20 bucks on ebay. Could someone tel me exactly what I need to get this done and not have a handling issue. Thanks
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You could "technically" just add those. But your axle will shift and you could have some rubbing issues. I would say you could get the spacers and an adjustable trac bar to keep the axle centered and you should be ok. I'd consider some new shocks too. I'm sure one of the sponsors on here would be glad to give you a quote.

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