November 1, 2007ok, so i know how using blocks to lower a vehicle work (put the block over spring/under axle which brings everything down). for some reason, i cannot grasp how the block sits on the spring to lift a vehicle. i just can't picture it in my head. anyone have any pics or any details about it? i'm boggled tonight, lol.
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November 1, 2007blocks will lower your rig as it is being spring under........i would advise against lifting anything with blocks
November 1, 2007Lift blocks have their place ( on the rear), but not on a Jeep, especially one that you are going to wheel. Do a body lift or a spring lift. Stay away from the blocks.
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November 1, 2007Lift blocks suck and contribute to axle wrap. Not all vehicles are spring under. If the axle is spring over then it just adds height. Maybe this POS pic will help you.
November 2, 2007ok, thanks guys. my buddy has an old 4Runner that is spring over and he's used blocks to lift it. guess I didn't really pay enough attention. stupid leaf springs...
November 2, 2007Corey... Shackle it..
Thought I learned you better boy..
November 2, 2007gotta agree if you are looking for an inexpensive small lift shackle it, dont use blocks on a jeep they bounce to much. I personally dont even like them on trucks rather have all spring. But thats me