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1 inch body lift

where can i get the 1 inch blockes or do i have to do some custom job
i looked every where on the internet. i dont wnat to do puckes what else could i use
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The pucks are gonna be your best option unless you have the tools to make a strong puck out of solid metal

like these

http://www.offroaddesign.com/catalog/oneinchlift.htm


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i have a a shop around here i can use put i rather buy them if i can
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You can get them on eBay the store name is sporttrailerz. 3" wide by 1" high.
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just go for the gusto and get the 3" kit.. its like $160 for you truck
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have you not seen the 1" BL thread that happend to be a sticky in the suspension section?

I posted a link to the seller's store on ebay on like page 4.


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https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=29269
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have you not seen the 1" BL thread that happend to be a sticky in the suspension section?

I posted a link to the seller's store on ebay on like page 4.


CLICK HERE:
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=29269
no there is this thing called search people are invisible to it..
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I seem to notice. *check the sig yo*
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yes if only everyone used it
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It would definitely cut down on bandwidth use.
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well i dont understand what a one inch body lift would give you you cant go from a 33 to a 35 inch tall tires like some of the new guys that can fit 33s stock and then with a body lift and tbars maxed fit 35s a one inch body lift is a waist of time why not just get the 3 inch be alot less money than have metal slugs made
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When you hate bodylifts, and just need that little extra room for 32's to move around, the 1" bl is a great alternative to a 3". I went with the 1" prior to being double lifted and installing the 3".
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waist of time for an inch IMO but w.e not try to be mean but alot of work for an inch
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i have all time in the world to do it the 1 inch lift and i serch in the suspension section
and thoes site dont work or dont have them any more
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i have all time in the world to do it the 1 inch lift and i serch in the suspension section
and thoes site dont work or dont have them any more
SPORTZTRAILERS used to have the 1" spacers on eBay but they don't have anything listed right now. I would try contacting them directly.

(866) 922-0093
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all right ill do that
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would this work i read it somewhere that if you take a 2 1/2 pipe or 3 inch pipe and find a little smaller washers and stack them in the middle and the pipe it keep them from moving around and and keep the pipe from collaspeing on it self what you guys think

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I think thats one of the dumbest things you can do to a car.
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honestly just STOP now.. put down the tools and just drive your truck you even thinking that, that MIGHT be a good idea shows you need to stop...

sorry to sound like an *** but its true
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Your not only going ot endanger yourself but everyone else on the road with you. Im with Stone and 04...Do it right or dont do it all. nuff said.
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Why not just a huge stack of 12mm washers....NO...1/2" washers....std sizes are cheaper. wtf.


do it right. the blocks are only 1.99 or maybe 2.49 each. don't jerry rig it. That's just dumb.


i got mine done(my FIRST bodylift btw) in 3.5hrs. (the 1" BL)








Found on the very top of page 4 of the 1" BL thread.....looky here....
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...t=29269&page=4
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Here's a link to the seller for the 1"x3" PA lift blocks.

http://stores.ebay.com/SPORTZTRAILERS

Just jot him an email.
AND the link works.
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like i said i read it on the internet so i was just woundering
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