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97 F350 6"Lift

I've got a 97 f350 4wd stroker. it has a 6 inch lift on it.

For reasons due to practicality, i need to get rid of the lift. I bought the truck with the lift on it. Ive been doing some research online and I beleive that the lift is just 4" blocks in the rear and new leafs up front.

If I wanted to go back to stock, does this mean all I need to do is remove the rear block and buy stock front leaf springs?

Does this mean when I am "stock" Ill be unlevel considering theres only 4" in the rear and 6" up front? I want a level truck.

If anyone could shed some light on the situation I would appreciate it greatly.

Also if anyones looking to buy a 6" lift kit for their OBS let me know Ill be trying to get rid of it sooner or later.

Thanks in advance!
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