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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-30-2013, 03:44 AM Thread Starter
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Newbie looking for right level combo

Great site , knowledgable members! New to Powerstroke , new to diesel motors. Just bought 01 platinum ccsb , I just installed Procomp 2 1/2 spring replacement level kit . Now my truck sits up noticeably , I've read the F350 blocks seem to be the way to go . Will these blocks sit me level ? Last thing I want is to be high in back . Will I need carrier bearing drop with this lift ? Axle does not seem to be off centered , drives great . Once this lift is done ill start on engine mods . Thanx in advance for helpful info . Hope to learn more from y'all's mistakes!!
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Re: Newbie looking for right level combo

Also , who sells the best , reasonable replacement block ? Will buying a 4 inch block be equivalent to the F 350 factory blocks ?
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Re: Newbie looking for right level combo

This is the same thing I been looking at doing to my 01 also. I wanted to put the tallest OEM F350 rear blocks in my truck and then a leveling kit, but haven't found any info on what size leveling kit would be needed.
I don't wanna hurt the already limited ride quality, so I was thinking of a 4.5 shackle/hanger it.
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Re: Newbie looking for right level combo

Throw a f350 block in there I leveled mine in the front and put a block in the back and it sits perfect. I've lifted it more since then.great cheap way to lift

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