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My truck has an E4OD. I'd like to have the 5-spd. Either way, I have no plans on getting rid of her. I'd like to do more modifications (injectors, turbo, etc.), but that isn't going to happen in the near future.
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How do I know how much lift I have in my truck?
There is a block that's 4 inches tall I believe is the stock one. And there's also a block that is 3 inches tall that I think is the aftermarket one on top of the 4 inch block.
So that means I only have 3 inches of lift right?
So Wouldn't the four and a half in shackles make it sit higher in the rear than the front?
On the rear it's already lifted with blocks. I want to fix the axle wrap I'm getting.
I was just wondering what size of shackle reverse to get. I believe my truck is lifted 3". But not sure. They sell 4.5 & 2" kits. And I want my truck to sit level. Not rear higher then fromt
Yes. I had to drill all 4 holes. I just tack welded one in place and set the weight of the truck on it to make sure I had good shackle angle. (it was close but not quite right). SO I ground the spot welds off and repositioned. Then drilled my 4 holes.
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Did this kit on mine and it almost got it leveled. I always have blocks sitting around the garage due to the buggy builds always set up on one ton axles. I kept swapping blocks in till I got the correct height then shimmed for correct driveline angle. Its perfect now
97 F250 HD---3.5" D60 RSK Swap (1 ton suspension) with matching rear both at 4.10's, Beans D66, 6637, 3"x4" Tymer DP with 4" exaust and kitty delete, EBPV delete, DIY stage II's, Stricly Diesel electric fuel swap, Tony Wildman 6 pos chip, HPX, TE modded 17* HPOP, SD IC, Custom ranch hands front and rear, and my crawler of course
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