Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Nineveh Indiana
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Alot of lift kits that use blocks in the rear expect you to stack their block on top of the stock block. My first lift I had on my truck was a 6.5" rubicon express kit it used 2.5" hangers/shackles with 4" lift springs in thr front and a set of 4" lift springs with a block stacked on top of the stock block. I didn`t install the system myself. Stacking blocks is not a good thing todo , but alot of kits do it. I never had any problems and that lift was on my truck for over 4 yrs. To do an add a leaf will ride stiff. Best thing to do is save up and buy a good set of 4" rear lift springs like deavers or some Icon`s and us a a single block in the rear to level up to the front or raise it up just alittle higher if you want a little rack. Decide if you like that height if not and you want to go higher , then save for a all new better system .Icon you can add all the components and from a leveling kit all the way up to 12.5" lift. I have had their 12.5' lift system on my truck for over 2 yrs and have had no problems and the ride / performance is OUTSTANDING!!!!
2002 ford f250 4x4 Lariat. Dark shadow gray with custom painted pearl silver with purple flames, 12.5" Icon lift with OneUpOffroad traction bar block system , OUO driveline drop bracket,Clocked transfer case, 38" MT claws on 18x10 weld dune 8 wheels. MBRP t-304 cool dual exhaust& custom ss t-304 flame tips, AFE stage 2 CAI & custom tunes from elite diesel on XCAL2 , Killer stereo system and lots of billet and flames!!
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