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1" body lift?

I have access to 1" aluminum pucks that 3" in diameter. Is there any reason I shouldn't use them for a body lift? Only reason I am asking is the 1" pucks on ebay are poly.
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unless u pay big bucks for the aluminum body lift, (maybe custom?) then the body lifts come with nylon or w/e blocks

even if you have access to the pucks.. theres still a bunch of other stuff that comes with the body lift kit.. radiator drop brackets, ground straps, steering extension, gas filler extension, bumper lift brackets..
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unless u pay big bucks for the aluminum body lift, (maybe custom?) then the body lifts come with nylon or w/e blocks

even if you have access to the pucks.. theres still a bunch of other stuff that comes with the body lift kit.. radiator drop brackets, ground straps, steering extension, gas filler extension, bumper lift brackets..
he doesnt need all that with a 1" body lift. all you need are longer bolts. i wouldnt use aluminm though
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this thread has all the info you will need
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Thanks, I didn't think it would be the best thing to use. But they would have been free. I know years ago a few people had used them on their full size trucks. That was back in the early 90's.
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