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Old 10-12-2010, 08:26 AM   #1
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Has anybody had any experience with Zone offroad products? I'm looking at purchasing a leveling kit from them which does not require compressing the coils. The blocks are only $99.99. From what I can tell, they're a fairly new company. I know most people on here do not like spacer blocks but I don't do much off-roading (rarely ever) so it's more for looks and if I decide I don't like the ride, I'll take them off and put the Bilstein 5100's on my truck when the brand new factory shocks wear out.
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Old 10-12-2010, 08:34 AM   #2
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sorry at first glance thought you were talking about rear blocks. i dont think that youll be happy with a spacer lift. as no one on here is. i would suggest do get 5100's the first go around and eliminate excess spending.

im pretty sure that both wheelers and toytec have aal's for roughly the same price
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These blocks are primarily for leveling the front of the truck to the rear so an AAL wouldn't help me. My thoughts were that if I get the Bilstein 5100's now, then I'll be tossing the stock shocks and wasting the value of the stock shocks (I'm guessing are worth more than $100.00 for the pair).
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you could always sell them on here. there are always people looking to replace their shocks with stockers or people that are selling their trucks or what not and wanting to go back to stock suspension.
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