When we put the front end together, we knew we'd have around a 6-inch lift, to match the rear end. It turned out to be a little higher than that: around 7 inches. We also had a very soft spring pack in the rear, so it made the rear sag even more as the weight of the truck was biased toward the rear with the taller front end. We liked the super-soft ride of the rear, so we didn't want to add another leaf to the pack, but we didn't want to add a conventional block, no matter how short it was. Stephen Watson at Off Road Design again had the answer for our rear end with his 1-inch zero-rate add-a-leaves that include new centerpins and tie into the leaf pack. This was all it took to level the truck.