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Old 04-05-2014, 10:58 PM
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Originally Posted by LivingLarge View Post
For the rear we will just add a bigger block only need a half inch or so there to maintain the factory rake after the front increase.
Do you have rear traction bars? If not, I strongly suggest going with the One Up Offroad lift block/traction bar. It's a one piece design that completely eliminates rear axle wrap while providing an exceptionally strong platform with a lift block.

OUO Traction Block & Traction Bar - Riffraff Diesel Performance
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OUO is the best, in my opinion. I have this exact setup on my F250.

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