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Ford alignment advice

I have a 2003 E350 cutaway with a service body, 2WD, gas. I have added a push bumper which has lowered the front end. I am about to order a set of new springs to raise the front end and as long as I am doing it would like to add some lift. My question is: How many inches (above the standard ride height) can I raise the front end before I start having alignment issues? I have been told that 2 to 3 inches is no problem but I'm looking for some confirmation before I go order springs. How high can one raise an E350 before you run out of standard adjustment capability? Thanks!

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