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Old 04-16-2013, 07:12 PM
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Rear Lift blocks

I am posting this in the performance section because of what I want to use them for...I am looking for a company that makes a lift block that is a little more on the beefy side for our trucks. I have a 4in Rough Country lift on my truck now and it requries you to use your factory block with their lift block. So I have double blocks in the rear. I am looking at try a couple of pulls this year, and dont want to shoot a block out. I have tuff country trac bars on her now. I still would like to have a single block but better than the standard lift blocks out there. Anyone have any sugestions? I would greatly apperciate them. Thanks in advance.
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PMF makes blocks that will work.

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Thats exactly what I was looking for!!! Thanks!! I have searched and searched and couldnt find anything like that.
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I installed a ready lift 2 1/2 lift which came with new 4" rear blocks that were cast just like factory blocks not sure if they sell them seperatly but they were nice pieces
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Thats exactly what I was looking for!!! Thanks!! I have searched and searched and couldnt find anything like that.
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Newton Lifts traction bar/block setup looks pretty sweet. I'm saving for a set.
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I ordered my 8" rough country with full springs and no block and when I went to put the rear springs in the u bolts werent long enough to even use the rear block so I just left it out, it sets maybe an 1" higher in the front because of it but it doesn't bother me, so maybe just left your factory block out? My buddy did the same thing with his too, 6" rough country but his came with a 4" block


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Ford f-350 blocks will work for 1.5" additional.



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