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Old 08-21-2010, 07:55 PM   #1
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Looking to lift the rear 1".

Basically I'm looking to raise my rear 1", and already have my TSB done. The toytec 1.5" are too high for the look i want. I was wondering if you guys think a 1" block would be okay, or will I regret it? I can have a custom 1" leaf Fabbed, but Im unsure of the cost until Monday.
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I have a 1" block on my truck. And it rides fine. And it wont hurt your leaf pack like a 3" block would.
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Okay thanks very much! Probably a lot cheaper, and less of a headache than having a leaf built
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