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Old 12-28-2012, 09:15 PM   #1
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Lift rear 3.5" without vibes? HOWWW?!?!?

I'm planning on lifting the rear of my buddies truck 3.5 inches using a 2" 15 degree angle block along with the add a leaf from the icon stag 4 kit (adds 1.5" of lift). Up front Ill be running a mid travel setup with the icon stage 4 kit on top of a set of Camburg spindles riding at about 4.5 of total lift up front. The question is what type of carrier bearing bracket is there that I can use that will allow ,e to adjust to compensate for vibes in the driveline. This is all for my buddy's new truck, I've already gone through this trouble and ended up building a solid one pc driveshaft on my truck and I was never satisfied since I still have a vibe at 50-56 mph. Also the 2" block lift is predetermined and I'm solid on this decision for his truck
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i had a block and add a leaf and went to the expos and i can tell ya they tow better than what i had on there lol
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Meh..I laugh at the thought of read blocks for any application..

As suggested go with the expo pack. You'll gain 4" of lift and it won't sag out in the long run. I've had my expo pack for almost 2 years now..and they are freaken great to have..they tow my crawler just fine, handle all the weight of my gear while on the trail, and the flex superbly . Add a leaf and blocks will not give you the performance that the expo pack has..



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I'm planning on lifting the rear of my buddies truck 3.5 inches using a 2" 15 degree angle block along with the add a leaf from the icon stag 4 kit (adds 1.5" of lift). Up front Ill be running a mid travel setup with the icon stage 4 kit on top of a set of Camburg spindles riding at about 4.5 of total lift up front. The question is what type of carrier bearing bracket is there that I can use that will allow ,e to adjust to compensate for vibes in the driveline. This is all for my buddy's new truck, I've already gone through this trouble and ended up building a solid one pc driveshaft on my truck and I was never satisfied since I still have a vibe at 50-56 mph. Also the 2" block lift is predetermined and I'm solid on this decision for his truck


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Meh..I laugh at the thought of read blocks for any application..

As suggested go with the expo pack. You'll gain 4" of lift and it won't sag out in the long run. I've had my expo pack for almost 2 years now..and they are freaken great to have..they tow my crawler just fine, handle all the weight of my gear while on the trail, and the flex superbly . Add a leaf and blocks will not give you the performance that the expo pack has..



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