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str8himalaya
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str8himalaya

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    1. Rlee
      Rlee
      Just wanted to thank you for the compliment on my truck. I hadn't been on in a year or so therefore I'm trying to catch up lol. I'll post some new pictures today :)
    2. adampaul1964
      adampaul1964
      The rear block netted me 1.5" of lift in the rear. Without the block my truck measured level, but most of the time it looked like it was squatting. With the block it looked a lot better. Me personally, I wouldn't get the rough country shocks, I'm not confident in their quality, but hey that's just me. As far as the rough country keys go I don't know if they are indexed the same as the Pro-Comp keys I used but I got about 3" of lift and I think my ride quality was better. From my experience I can tell you I was skeptical about using torsion keys because of all the negatives I read and heard, but in reality there was absolutely no problems with the key lift. In my opinion and experience all the negatives about "ride quality" and "excessive wear" is all B.S. So I say go ahead and do it you won't be sorry.
    3. adampaul1964
      adampaul1964
      Hey how's it going?..yes I had a 3" block in the rear to replace the 2" factory block.

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    4. nickpatton_189
      nickpatton_189
      hey thanks.. and no they dont rub at all, just make sure you always have a good alighnment and rotate every oil change and they will last you a while, my buddy has had his mud grapplers for a little over 2 yrs and there at about 40%
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    Location:
    Indiana
    Occupation:
    Zone Manager, Lowes Home Centers
    Vehicles:
    2004 Chevy Silverado 1500 Ext. Cab short bed, Z71. 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP.
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