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Old 11-13-2014, 09:19 AM   #1
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Default Level out lifted f150

I had a mcguaghys 6.5" lift installed on my 2013 f-150 4x4 back in Feb. I wanted to level the truck out because i'm not to fond of the pre runner look so I put on some procomp add-a-leafs and now the truck has about 1" rake to the front. The add-a-leafs added almost 2" in the rear so now I am looking to keep the add-a-leafs cause i like how the truck tows now but want to drop the *** end about an inch. Any suggestions on what to do? I was thinking a procomp 3" tapered rear block or some drop shackles. Any ideas or comments would be greatly appreciated.
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spoke to AutoSpring yesterday about their AALs. i did their 1.5" level kit and gained over 2" from the rear, now 1/4 inch high in the front. would like an AAL but do not want to add 1.5"-2" in the rear. AS said they could do an AAL with only a 1" lift which would be perfect for me. this would give be a little more payload. they, AS where very acommadating, this was a better option then replacing the rear block with a 1" taller. if I where you, give them a call an discuss your options.
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