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Leveling with a Readylift rear block kit review and pics.
So originally I had planned to find a 350 block and install it in the rear to bring my rear up to level it. However, after looking at pictures with front leveling kits I decided I wanted a little more rake than a 4'' rear block and 2.5'' front would offer, so I installed a 5'' Readylift rear block.
The Readylift block is made of great quality is very heavy and has a built in pinion angle and cast in center pins.
I have had it for one week an have yet had any driveline vibrations of anything noticeable causing a difference in drivability. I am wondering though if anyone thinks I still need a spacer for the carrier bearing or should I be good? Also, my leaf springs seem have gone up and flatten a little with the instal of this block. Can and will this hurt anything over time?
Now that I have it installed I am wondering if there is to much rake haha. My original goal was to look like a stock 350 and have that nice rake. What do you guys think?
05 ExCab Fx4 Sport, 2.5'' Coil leveling, 35" Toyo MT's, Edge CT, Zoodad Mod, Airaid Intake, MBRP 4'' SS Straight, ARP Studs, RCD EGR Delete, Coolant Filter, Rough Country Dual Steering Stabalizer, Blue Spring, SCT X3 with SRL+
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