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Old 01-23-2007, 07:47 PM
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should i put a new 4 ich lift blocks and new stock springs on my 1979 Chevy k10 or go with 4 inch lift springs all around. it already has a 4 inch lift springs in front and blocks in the rear what would ride better. another question just rembered what would cause it to lean on the drivers side would it be the blocks

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The leaning could be caused by shot leaf springs or in a worse case scenario twisted frame.

I would think that lifted leaf springs all around would give a better ride then blocks in the rear. I'm not to familiar with experimenting with 4x4's though.
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right now i have blocks and it rides bad. i know i need new leaf springs all the way around the back are coming a part. and my shocks i can almost pull them off the bolts at the top. i can get the leaf spring kits for 489.99 bran new
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