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Removing leveling kit...

I have an '08 F250 that I've been debating adding 350 or aftermarket blocks to get rid of the sag. Now I'm considering removing the front coil spacers; eliminating the level kit.
The previous owner had installed new shocks all around- ProComp es9000's (will this set up be ok on the front end minus the spacers?) I guess my main question is how do I know if the steering was adjusted/extended and potentially what work beyond removing the spacers would I encounter?

Thanks in advance!

2008 F250 CC XLT 6.4 -as of 9-24-13-
Level kit & 350 rear blocks, 35's w/ V-Tec Raptors, otherwise stock
F.N.G., that's me
2014 Keystone Hideout, 26BHSWE

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