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Best way to lift the rear

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by Aww Boo, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. Aww Boo

    Aww Boo [OP] Member

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    So I'm trying to find the best way to lift the rear. I already have Holstein 5100 in the front and tried to get blocks for the back but I got blocks from autozone and the guy who tried to put them on said that I need square U bolts instead of the U bolts that came in the box.

    I was thinking of just getting blocks but it's turning more of a pain to find square U bolts and I'm tired of looking around. So if anybody has ideas that would be great don't have a lot of money. I've been doing research and ppl have been saying to get shackles. I'm looking 2" lift for the most efficient way but cheapest..
    Thanks TW
     
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    45acp Paint me back in Wyoming again...

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    Why don't you save ur pennies, get a 2 inch AAL and bring your truck to mod day and we'll put it on for you, free of charge, just drop a few bucks into the tip skull and you're only out that, the gas and the price of the part.
     
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