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Old 04-18-2019, 02:30 AM
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Hi I have an 89 ram charger and Iím going to lift it I was think 4in but it has 3 1/2 blocks so would that be like only raining it like half inch do believe the blocks are stock from what I have read but If the four isnít going to change anything very much I will go for a six inch what do yíall think any help would be great
 
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Go for a lift kit that replaces the springs. (and likely keeps the blocks in back.....) You get all the lift you want, without adding more blocks in back. I am just not a fan of stacking them, nor am I a fan of having that much block between the axle, and spring. Makes for a nice, long lever-arm for the axle, and you can get serious axle hop issues doing it that way. Ideally, you would eliminate the stock block as well, (more arch on the springs) but, I think the bump stop is on the block as well?
 

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