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I was under the impression you used the pucks as body lift blocks instead of leave spring blocks. LOL!
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How do you spell "suspention"?
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How do you spell "suspention"?
it's spelled differently in canada...
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Is it rearry spelled diffruntly?
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How did they bend the leaf springs like that
I was wondering the same thing.. it cant be good for....anything lol
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I surprised you didn't notice any axle wrap driving around like that....
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^ If he's from Edmonton, it means his mullet got in the way.
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That's crazy. I wouldn't go bigger than a 2.5" block on the rearend.
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I'm diggin' it.. Leave 'em in, just don't come to Texas.
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it's spelled differently in canada...
No its not.
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I thought this thread was a joke until I got to the pictures. Then I really started laughing. That jacked up crooked looking mud truck is not even funny. That thing is going to be in a faces of death video soon enough.
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Get better pictures without the snow there so I can make motivational posters to post all over the internet. Thank you
LOL!!!

Next time use some 2x4's...make sure you get the pressure treated ones though
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^ If he's from Edmonton, it means his mullet got in the way.

ROFL!!!!!!!
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LOL!!!

Next time use some 2x4's...make sure you get the pressure treated ones though


Hahaha

Im going to pull them off like now, btw
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Next time use some 2x4's...make sure you get the pressure treated ones though
you laugh about it, but i saw a guy with an old non turbo diesel suburban.. 4x4 NON pressure treated, ~6" body lift...
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nuff said

ok i just spit my beer on the computer... nice one
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Bahahaha awesome!
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you laugh about it, but i saw a guy with an old non turbo diesel suburban.. 4x4 NON pressure treated, ~6" body lift...

That sounds SOOOO retarted! More Retarted than Rubber Pucks! Rubber pucks are HARD!
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That sounds SOOOO retarted! More Retarted than Rubber Pucks! Rubber pucks are HARD!
Hard like steel? or hard like rubber....

Think about all the people that have had major issues with aluminum blocks. And now you had rubber in there. Last time I checked aluminum was a little harder than a hocky puck. I am not being a dick, I am just trying to explain everyone. I hope you realize your mistake, not just taking it out because everyone is saying to.
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That sounds SOOOO retarted! More Retarted than Rubber Pucks! Rubber pucks are HARD!
yea but his was a body lift, not suspension.. your both stupid, and retarded.. don't try and pawn that off on him because you screwed up and decided to tell the world about it now your the one getting made fun of..
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What do you guys think im better off doing

Shackles for 62 CDN shipped
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AAL for $99 CDN shipped, How much more can u carry with AAL and how much rougher do they make your ride?
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Shackles...search them

AAL's usually make your ride rougher, unless you get a long AAL, rather than a short one.
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Shackles ordered! Pictures and installation Hopefully next week!
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