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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-02-2012, 06:49 PM Thread Starter
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Lift 2000 f250 2 more inches???

I just bought my first diesel truck about a month ago. It came with a 6 inch Rough Country lift, but i want to lift it 2 more inches. I was thinking about a body lift, but i heard that body lifts arent a good idea for diesels. I dont want to replace my 6 inch lift with an 8 inch lift, but is there a way to get 2 more inches without changing out my lift? Im new to trucks, and i was also wondering would a leveling kit get the job done? Thank yall


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I've got an 8" suspension lift along with a 3 inch body lift and have never had any problems but I'm going to be taking the body lift off just because I don't like the looks of it. It shows off too much of the frame.

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What do you think about a 2.5 leveling kit in the front and blocks in the back? Will that work


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