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11-15-2011 04:15 PM
ogre isn't your axle above the springs?
11-15-2011 01:49 PM
eloc431962 IMHO it will start messing with it as soon as you lower it. JMO
Just how low do you want to go anyway. 5 in and removing springs thats going to do alot it's self. i would stick the block's in and have a look before i removed any springs. JMO

11-14-2011 07:25 PM
50 chevy 1/2 ton. How low can you go??

Hello everyone. I want to know how big of a lowering block I can put in the back before it starts to mess with this torque tube driveline. I want to put in a 5" and take out some leafs. Is that possible??

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