Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Middle of South Carolina
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Stack blocks=not cool. I knew this and still did it for a while till i spit a block out on the highway. It seemed like a cheap temporary fix to fit my 39.5s. For almost the price of blocks and U-bolts you can do it stronger and safer by either buying a shackle flip kit or if you have the resources, make one. Its a little work but its worth it imo. Just a suggestion. Of course the best way to lift is with springs. I just used the measurements from my truck and pictures from this site to make mine. There are some other interesting things on this site too.
Noisy, knockin, fartin, smokin, chuggin, nasty, dirty, stinky, blown, turboed, natural aspirated, fuel waxin, oil leakin, torque makin love of my life Diesels.
96' F-350, Snorkel, Programmer, Big Injectors, hood stack, 10" lift, Locked and spooled Rockwells, 53" V-treads.
I also have an quad cab cummins, 6 speed, air raid, fass, 4 inch straight pipe, & Smarty tuner.
I like places so cold you can spread diesel fuel on your toast like apple jelly.