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Are Doestch blocks iron or alum?

Hey Guys,

I have a 2wd 06 Sport. I just ordered the springtech kit with 3" spindles and 2" blocks. Has anyone used this kit and know what the springtech/Doestch blocks are made out of? If they are aluminum should I order iron instead? I decided to stick with blocks since I don't O/R, intentionally anyways. I just want extra ground clearance for some unmaintained roads around here.

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Iron. I used to have them on my 2wd when I put the 6/4 lift on it.
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You guys are fast on this board! Awesome...I really appreciate the info!
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