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Old 08-08-2014, 12:57 PM
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Rear Lift Block Options

I have 2" lift blocks in there now and I want to put in 4" lift blocks to give my truck a rake. What companies out there do I have options with?

I did this a few years ago with my 2008 f250 and I went with Ready Lift, when I was done when you looked at my truck you could tell the rear tires weren't centered in the wheel well opening anymore. I didn't like that look and don't want it again.

I saw that One Up Off Road has a lift block that has 3 re-centereing holes so that the tires will stay centered.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Old 08-08-2014, 04:03 PM
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Anyone?????
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Old 08-08-2014, 04:10 PM
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i don't see a lot of people have issues with he axle location after a 4 inch block
but PMF can get you dialed in

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Second vote for PMF. Trevor will fix you right up!
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Damn those are awesome! Thanks ZMANN and skanj0.
I'm glad you guys turned me on to PMF, looks like high quality stuff. Just what I am looking for.

AND Made In America!
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Damn those are awesome! Thanks ZMANN and skanj0.
I'm glad you guys turned me on to PMF, looks like high quality stuff. Just what I am looking for.

AND Made In America!
It is good stuff. I have PMF's 3-link arms and the rear 3/4" diameter ubolt kit.
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Trevor at pmf. Love my rear blocks and 3/4" u bolts!
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Trevor at pmf. Love my rear blocks and 3/4" u bolts!
Yep. The 3/4" ubolts are like no other!
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One up offroad blocks are way to go. I run them and I moved the axle forward with the adjustment to center it, just like you mentioned. I'm not a huge fan of their traction bar blocks, but the standard ones are the best I've seen and only ones ill use.
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