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PostPosted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 6:22 pm 
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Can anyone tell me what kind of lowering blocks they used. Do they need to be for an s-10, a ranger, or does it matter? Thanks!!!!


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just go to advanceauto, and ask them where the lowering blocks are. they will tell you that they have 2in or 3in and they fit everything


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same goes for most auto parts stores... they pretty much all have the universal sets


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Here is mine 5 inch block with monroe air shock ma824


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A quick and unobtrusive way is to have the spring eyes reversed. That will lower you almost two inches and have the same spring capacity. Remember the further the axle center line is from the springs, the more wrap up your going to have. Draw it out and you'll see.

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