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06 f250 PS 6inch lift and leveling Kit???

I got the 6inch rough country lift. I need get few more inchs out the front could I throw a two inch leveling Kit up front on top 6inch an I got a 3inch block on top of factory 2inch so 5 in total in the rear was thinking pull the 2inch out put a three so be total of 6 in the rear... This something you can do or not safe to ride on please let me no.
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Add a leaf pack in the front works great. You will probably need to get new U bolts made for the front bringing it that much higher. But that back i reccomend you try to get a single 6 inch block. But if not and you decide to put a 3 in h block in place of the 2 inch it should be fine.

Zone Offroad F4 2.5" Leveling Kit Fits 99-04 Ford Super Duty

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My front coil not leaf
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Yeah sorry i just seen that but you can use the circle block leveling kit it will work

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In case you missed it in the last thread about wanting to run 40s.

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8 inches is good to run 38s. Unless you intend to have a concrete four wheeler, you're going to need at least a 10 inch lift to clear 40s. Also, putting a set of 2" spacers will induce negative caster resulting in poor steering. Then you're spending money to correct that issue.

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not sure about the front but the rear either get a 6" block or if you stack them weld them together

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