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I searched and didn't really come up with anything. I have found plenty of 1" blocks but there not solid and they apear to be cast.

I am looking for a solid 1" lift block. I don't want offset pins to move the axle. My springs already moved the axle back 1".



If anyone know's where I can get these please let me know.

Thanks, John
 

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vegasbronco1 said:
I searched and didn't really come up with anything. I have found plenty of 1" blocks but there not solid and they apear to be cast.

I am looking for a solid 1" lift block. I don't want offset pins to move the axle. My springs already moved the axle back 1".



If anyone know's where I can get these please let me know.

Thanks, John

Easy.

Here ya go: http://www.offroaddesign.com/catalog/Zero Rates.htm You have to call and ask for ones that are 3" wide, otherwise you'll get ones that are 2.5". They are an extra $5 for the wider ones.

Or you could PM lightnin, and he could prolly make you some. He's made some for a few members.
 

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try talking to chris at 4wheelcustoms (hes on this site: 4wheelcustoms)
he can probably get them for you if aomeone manufacturs them...
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vegasbronco1 said:
I searched and didn't really come up with anything. I have found plenty of 1" blocks but there not solid and they apear to be cast.

I am looking for a solid 1" lift block. I don't want offset pins to move the axle. My springs already moved the axle back 1".



If anyone know's where I can get these please let me know.

Thanks, John
I HAVE A SET I MADE OUT OUT OF 3X5X1 SOLID BAR STOCK I THINK THEY COST ME $15 TO MAKE ALL U NEED TO DO IS DRILL A HOLE AND WELD IN A PIN.
 

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is a block lift and the BODY lift the same thing?
 

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Just go to a steel shop and get a piece of 1x3 cold rolled. Probably have something short in the remnant racks you could use.

Then just drill the 5/8" hole in one side, then press a 5/8" pin in the other
 

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Or just drill a 3/8" hole and remove your stock pin and slide the 3"-4" long 3/8" bolt through the block then the leafs and put a nut on top. That away it will be bolted to your springs and the bolt head will work for a centering pin. Maybe that makes sence.
 
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