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Lowering blocks....

Hi all,

I've got the Chassis Eng. parallel leaf kit in my 36 Ford and need to drop it 4 or 5 inches. I know them poor, misguided 4x4 guys run crazy amounts of lift blocks but is there any down side to too much lowering block??

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Cam

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Lowering Blocks

The down sides are scrub line and pinion angle. Keeping those items in check it should not be a problem. I have dropped my 50 chevy 4" with my own home made lowering blocks, adjusted the pinion angle to keep that in check and lastly (which I have not done yet) is cut the U bolts shorter to keep the scrub line in check. I plan to remove some leafs from the brand new OEM springs to lower it a bit (that's why the U bolts have not been cut yet). Hope that helps. If you are not sure about the scrub line and pinion angle, do a search on here. There is tons of information.
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