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Old 03-03-2010, 06:36 PM
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Lift Block Review

Hey guys...just thought I'd share some info on some new lift blocks I just put in. Trevor at Precision Metal Fab put together some 3.5" blocks for me to bring up the rear end of my truck to match my 2.5" kit up front. These incorporate the u-bolts into the block and you can really tell that these are very sturdy and well made. Install was easy and the finished product turned out great! Trevor was great to work with and his stuff is top notch! Thanks PMF!







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Old 03-03-2010, 07:31 PM
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very sweet, I'll be ordering a shackel/hanger kit and blocks from him shortly, his blocks looked pretty good to me!

edit: your before and after pictures don't show an even comparison, the truck is loaded down with a black pooch in the before picture

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Looks pretty good. Nice stance.
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Got a link for them. Those are nice blocks.
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Yeah those do look very nice. I want to do a custom lift....... *the cheap route
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Looks great man!
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here is a link to their ebay store:
eBay My World - *precisionmetalfab*

also, Trevor is a member here. Just PM NotStock and he'll be glad to work with ya I'm sure.
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here is a link to their ebay store:
eBay My World - *precisionmetalfab*

also, Trevor is a member here. Just PM NotStock and he'll be glad to work with ya I'm sure.
Thanks man.
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looks great The blocks look like good quality pieces. They remindme of the OUO blocks. I would like to see 5" traction blocks.
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looks great The blocks look like good quality pieces. They remindme of the OUO blocks. I would like to see 5" traction blocks.
Like this?

PMF Ford F-250 350 Fabricated Unitized Lift Block 5" : eBay Motors (item 150391617113 end time Mar-23-10 14:41:17 PDT)
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