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Old 12-09-2008, 02:40 PM
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Block and Leaf spring question

can you guys pos pics of your lifted trucks springs and blocks?
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I will look for some but I am not sure if I do or not.
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Off topic.....Pahrump, what travel shocks are you running in the rear?
Seems to be a lot of shaft extended at ride height.
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Off topic.....Pahrump, what travel shocks are you running in the rear?
Seems to be a lot of shaft extended at ride height.

I dont know exactly....but I know they are too short for REAL off roading... stop being so observative...LOL
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dude, cut your u-bolts
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This isnt a pic of a F250 is it? That looks like a teeny tiny sway bar..
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And are the rear axle shock mounts facing the front now on the 08s instead of mounting from behind (not meant to sound dirty)?
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I dont know exactly....but I know they are too short for REAL off roading... stop being so observative...LOL
Just caught my eye when I was looking at your OUO traction blocks ......I didn't even notice that TriggerTX's shocks look similar



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And are the rear axle shock mounts facing the front now on the 08s instead of mounting from behind (not meant to sound dirty)?
Passenger side on 05+ trucks is like that.
Driver's side faces the rear.
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