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Two Inch Lift

Philbilly2

Just a speck on the wall
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sorry guys, I forgot to check them, I ended up in the hospital and now I am on R&R at my folks house because they live over an hour closer to the hospital than I do. When I get back to my house, I will look for you guys.
 

jcool

#78 A(ACLU) FNG
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sorry guys, I forgot to check them, I ended up in the hospital and now I am on R&R at my folks house because they live over an hour closer to the hospital than I do. When I get back to my house, I will look for you guys.
in my prayers brother!
 

bigpov

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I did keys on my truck last fall. Made my truck sit up way too far in front. I read this post and decided to stick some 2 inch blocks in back, while I was at it we put in a set of bags, a compressor, and 2 gauges (one for each bag). It looks a lot better. Thanks Phil. I hadn't even thought about sticking blocks in back, wouldn't have known what size to go without ya.:) I had a metal/welding shop here in town build my U-bolts, only cost $42 bucks for the bolts, washers, and nuts. That might be a good route to go rather than getting bent over by the stealerships for 98 bucks or what ever you said. I'll post some pics when I get a minute. Thanks for the write up.
 

RCpullerdude

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Any idea if this, or a similar trick will work on a GMT-400?

Looks good, won't break the bank, and I'm considering it if it'll work.

Thanks for the great write-up.
 

RCpullerdude

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Should be the same as an LD 2500. What about the front, do they use all the same torsion bar parts?
 

Boge

You talkin' to me?
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Great post up. I have been piecing a kit together for my truck. This helped out alot. Thanks!
 
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