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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-20-2002, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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FOR SALE CHEAP: 1.5\" lift blocks

Anybody want these? Like $5 and you pay shipping. Just took them off my truck after about 2 years and 20,000 miles. Took my 2-3" Rancho lift off the front, so I took these off because the rear was rather noticeably higher than the front with them in. Looked silly, like a new truck.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/tongue.gif[/img] Anyways, they're steel and are degreed to make up for the change in driveshaft angles. Just trying to get rid of them.


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Re: FOR SALE CHEAP: 1.5\" lift blocks

So I can add these on top of my 10" blocks I have now right? And they are steel so I can get them chromed to match the others and the u-bolts right? If so then I'll take em. Lol, HAHAHAHA, just kidding AJM[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img]. But, I'll ask around if anyone needs em for ya.

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youd better weld the blocks toghether so's there getting spit out when driving down wasboard roads

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Re: FOR SALE CHEAP: 1.5\" lift blocks

Hey AJM, I'm interested in them. If you cant tell from my sig pic, the rear of my truck looks a little saggy. I guess that the years are catching up with her and things are starting to sag[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]. Just kidding, i put helper springs in the front which raised it about 2-3 inches. This was more than i expected so now my rear looks to low. ANYHOW, if they fit the springs and perches on my truck then Ill take them off of your hands.


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Re: FOR SALE CHEAP: 1.5\" lift blocks

AJM,
I would be interested. I am doing the 315's on a 3" body lift thing, thanks to your expertise, and with the 1" tbar crank I think the rear will need just about 1.5" Let me know.
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Lawdog please email me at [email protected] and tell me what lift your doing and what vehichle its on. Also the tires are rims would be nice to know also. The reason i say this is cause i want same sort of thing done thanks

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Re: FOR SALE CHEAP: 1.5\" lift blocks

lawdog, 73k20 beat you to them, so he has first dibs. You're second in line.

73K20, as long as your springs are 2.5" wide, like just about every other GM fullsize truck made, they should work fine. What's your zip code? Shipping will be a relatively easy, I'll just wrap them in packaging tape and slap a label on them. You have a favorite carrier? Email me through the email addy in my profile if you want.


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