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Leveling kit?

I am getting ready to convert my 04 f350 drw to coil spring,(05 and up front suspension). I am thinking about leveling the truck as well.My question is would it be better to use longer springs instead of the spacers??

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I am getting ready to convert my 04 f350 drw to coil spring,(05 and up front suspension). I am thinking about leveling the truck as well.My question is would it be better to use longer springs instead of the spacers??
Yes. Progressive rate springs will ride better than linear rate ie oem/rough country etc. check out icon, pure or carli for the best ride.

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