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2013 f250 Lariat. I just put BFG AT tires around 35" on the truck and a 2" Rough Country leveling kit in the front. Now it looks like I'm hauling 2 tons of invisible stone. So I'm looking for the best option in raising the back of the truck that tows either a 36' gooseneck or '26 pull behind trailer. Keeping in mind, the truck has 34,000 miles on it and 21,000 of it is towing woodwork/granite. Add a leafs or blocks or something else? I do have Air Ride bags in the back. Thanks for any help
 

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Your best bet would be to throw F350 blocks in the back. That should get it where u want it
 

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Like he said adding f350 rear block will lift the rear end 1-5/8" over what you have now. You will also need the u bolts as well.
 
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