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Old 08-12-2014, 12:31 PM   #1
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belltech says part 6409 comes with spacers so lift block can be removed for three and half inch drop. i question wether the axle and springs cabe together and the blocks on my 2010 appear to be welded. i want to drop two in front and more than teo in rear without flip. any ideas or parts suggestions? thanks. 2010 ford f150 xl rcsb rear wheel drive. 4.6 2v engine.

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