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Default Went from a 2-4 drop and lifted 4'

Took my Belltech 2-4 drop kit off, put stock suspension back on with a 1' block in back and 2' coil spring spacer in front for a level lift and fit 33' Mud tires under this 2wd.. Want to get a 4' body lift and fit 35'-37' mud tires.. In the mean time, anyone know how i can get the front end just alittle higher to level it out just a hair more with out compromising alignment.. I'm new to lifting trucks..
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Alignment shouldn't be an issue, since RAM front axle geometry is way versatile... you should take care about shock length tho... Stock dampers don't fit more than 2" lift. They stretch too much and will surely malfunction if over-lifted.
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