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Old 09-26-2013, 02:39 PM
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Blocks in the front

So is this a good idea or a bad one. Seen many guys running two or three lift blocks in the front of mud trucks with no problems. But I have a set of stock ford blocks and was thinking about putting them up front to level it out with the back. Any imput from yall??

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Old 09-26-2013, 02:52 PM
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if it's a " mud truck " then it's fine the mud will hold your truck up when u spit a block

if it see's the street then it's illegal most places because of the potential dangers and loss of steering
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^^^agree! Very bad idea and as said probably illegal!
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Blocks are the crappy way out front or rear. The rear on my truck is about to be totally redone to get rid of all blocks, even the stock one.
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