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i know there are a couple posts on this but i need a rundown of parts and info on making my own 1 inch body lift.
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Order a PA 1 inch body lift
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Why would you want a 1inch BL? just crank the t-bars if you have em or put coil spacers from autozone for $15 if you have coils
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Why would you want a 1inch BL? just crank the t-bars if you have em or put coil spacers from autozone for $15 if you have coils
True, I just said that cause I didn't know what year of truck he had
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Didn't notice this sticky on the top of the very section you posted this thread in, huh?

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And Justin....there isn't a "kit". It's a piece together. Only blocks and bolts are needed.
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i know there are a couple posts on this but i need a rundown of parts and info on making my own 1 inch body lift.
Welcome to RF bud.

Make a signature so we know the year, engine size, and any other details about your truck. Makes things run smoother in here.
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And Justin....there isn't a "kit". It's a piece together. Only blocks and bolts are needed.
I gotcha
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its a 2001 ranger 4X4 and ive already cranked the t bars
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just buy the blocks, it shouldnt cost no more then a few bucks a block, and it's a lot safer
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I have a 1in bl. You will like i. Its still safe. and you wouldn't think so but 1 in does make a difference.

Here are some pics of my truck and johns. both trucks have 31's on them

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