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post #1 of 3 Old 03-04-2014, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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3" In The Front How Tall For The Rear

I am going to do a 3" spring pack in the front and can't figure out what size blocks I should do in the rear. It is a 2003 f250 currently factory ride height. I do tow so a little extra in the rear wouldn't hurt.

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Maybe an add-a-leaf? They usually say they give u 2" of lift, also provide the extra weight capacity when hauling so it doesn't squat as much
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I'm more familiar with 05+ coil sprung front ends but with a 2.5" front level most guys do 4" blocks for level and 5" for a little rake. So you can take that fwiw. An add-a-leaf will net you some lift and a bit more load capacity but it will also stiffen the ride quite a bit

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