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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-18-2007, 01:19 AM Thread Starter
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Rough country 3 inch lift??

Well after the 2 inch level kit I want to go up a little more. I also do not want to spend a chit load. So I found a reasonably priced Rough Country 3 Inch kit. It includes 3 Inch higher coil springs, Track bar relocator, Shocks, Rear blocks and U bolts. Here is the ?? The call the coil springs a 3 inch raise. Three inch over what?? I already have the heaviest front springs, so would I get a tru 3 inches more? Also it has rear spacers, but is labeled as a f250-350 lift. So How do I know that they would be any higher than my f350 rear blocks?? I am confused
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Re: Rough country 3 inch lift??

I think that it means over stock.....So really it will add maybe another inch to your front....And then it will raise the rear 3" to achieve the factory slope. I looked at the kit you want it says it will clear 35's....My truck has a 2" leveling kit and its on 35's So.....I dont think you will be in for much more lift. Unless you have 2" spacers, not 2" more in the springs.

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