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Rear Lift options - 1990 Dodge B250 Roadtrek #758264
March 23rd 2020 5:31 pm
March 23rd 2020 5:31 pm
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Thanks for the reply Deathorvictory.

Are these the type of Blocks that you used

Are these the type of Blocks that you used
https://www.roughcountry.com/universal-lift-block-kit-6594.html?rrec=true[/url]https://www.roughcountry.com/universal-lift-block-kit-6594.html?rrec=true

does it matter if the blocks are steel of Billet Aluminum? Probably not something you'd want to fail while driving.

The have the square U-Bolts as well.

I'll check the shocks. The Rancho RS55113 Shocks have 7.4 inches of travel. I guess I would measure to see at what part of the stoke the shocks are currently and jack the back up 3" and re-measure? I lost rear wheel gap with the HD front shocks, I'm assuming the rear shocks are more compressed than before. It's snowing now, I'll crawl under there and measure when things dry up.

Re: Rear Lift options - 1990 Dodge B250 Roadtrek [Re: fishbone] #758273
March 23rd 2020 8:22 pm
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Both the block sets I’ve purchased are steel. I have heard of aluminum ones splitting or cracking minimally, albeit only once so I can’t say if that’s common but enough to never sway me to choose something other than steel

Those look correct. I haven’t looked in awhile so double check you need the square or round U bolts. Chevy used round but haven’t bought them for my dodge yet, so I’ll learn something too!

Last edited by Deathorvictory; March 23rd 2020 8:24 pm.

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