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Old 04-10-2011
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t-bar and lift blocks

what do you guys all think about doing a tbar key with lift blocks in the rear i dont want much lift and dont really plan on upgrading my rims and tires

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you dont need a key for your t-bars when i find the link ill post
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^^^ x2
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Old 04-10-2011
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Keys are a useless waste of money. Just crank your t-bars and you'll be fine.

Forget the blocks, go with a set of Beltech 6400 shackles for a chevy fullsize.
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