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Old 12-14-2012, 03:00 PM
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Installed a 4" procomp lift over the Thanksgiving weekend. Seemed to go well, until I installed the tires again. Went up from 16's to 20's. Now, the back of the truck is down in the back. 4 Wheel Parts answer is that because of the new front springs, the motor will sag them down in time. I swapped blocks in the rear for an additional 1", but it still doesn't sit perfectly level.
Using the stock block, and a 3 3/4" tapered block currently, which is up over the 2" flat block that pro comp sent.
Any ideas on bringing it up in the *** end? Don't want to keep flipping different blocks around. It has the rear helper spring installed. Doesn't seem to affect ride quality (which is bumpy as hell), just bothers me to see the truck squat in the rear.
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Old 12-14-2012, 04:35 PM
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Would not recommend using more than one block per side very dangerous!! 4" lift rear springs would pry do the trick or maybe 6" that's the route I would go

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