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In many states it's illegal to have stacked blocks.

I do have a block lift on the rear of mine, but it's done right and never gives me problems. That guy will have issues if he takes his truck to some of the places I go.
 

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That is rediculous.
 

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Ha, thats scary. I never stacked blocks like that. If you need 2 blocks just get new springs to take up the space of one block. I have seen what happens to someone with an 80's chebby with 44" swampers and a 427. I can tell ya those blocks shoot pretty far and the tires do a number on the bed when it all comes crashing down.
 

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booty fab at it's finest :hehe:

I like how the dumbass wears safety glasses and gloves... ah what the hell do I care if he looses a digit or an eye :hehe:
 

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its not so much that the blocks are stacked, but how they are stacked that worries me about that. yall think he knows that the bigger blocks are slanted to help driveline angles?

Garrett, dont talk to much #### I know who did ur suspension, personally i would go have it checked over acouple times.;)
 

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Garrett, dont talk to much #### I know who did ur suspension, personally i would go have it checked over acouple times.
LOL. Trust me I already have. Remember the swaybar bolt you rethreaded at 1 in the morning? By the time I got home the nut was missing and the link was dangling.:D
 

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its not so much that the blocks are stacked, but how they are stacked that worries me about that. yall think he knows that the bigger blocks are slanted to help driveline angles?

Garrett, dont talk to much #### I know who did ur suspension, personally i would go have it checked over acouple times.;)
LOL. Trust me I already have. Remember the swaybar bolt you rethreaded at 1 in the morning? By the time I got home the nut was missing and the link was dangling.:D

shortpint ='s :eek:wned::popcorn:
 

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get a fookin job and worry about yer own truck, look at porn or something like normal people
 

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Anybody notice the space between the round part of the u-bolt and the axle tube? Looks to be 1/4" - 1/2". That can't be good. They are in the pics of the rear.
 
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