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Old 12-24-2012, 05:25 AM
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Looking to bring my rear end up

I just bought a 2002 f-350 and it has a 2.5" leveling kit up front and it sits about 1.5" high up front, I want to bring the rear up another 2" or so. I am having a hard time find new blocks that are similar to the stock ones with the bump stops but will give me 2" addition lift. Any ideas guys? Also will I need longer shocks?
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Old 12-24-2012, 06:41 AM
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Search for Newtons Lifts or Precision Metal Fabrication. Both companies will make lift blocks any size you want.
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contact trevor at PRECISION METAL FAB, and yes you will need new shocks.
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I just installed 2.5" Icon Springs and truck was a little nose high but not bad , since then I installed 5" traction blocks from Trevor at PMF and now it is a little high in rear but not bad . He has blocks in .5" increments or Floating traction blocks . He makes superb products.
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