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Old 12-14-2009, 06:07 AM
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Anyone have pictures of their lift kit installation? Where did you get them? Is axle wrap a problem and/or how do you prevent it?

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any particular vehicle?
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Its a '38 Pontiac with a '78 Trans Am rear end.
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are you looking for block type lift for leaf spring setup?
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Yes. That and/or other options.
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how much lift are you trying to achieve? are the springs mounted under the axle or over? spring wrap will differ depending on these factors.
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