I already have a 3" body lift and do not want to raise the front any higher, is there a good way to lower the rear to level it with the front?
If it's just the stock suspension, that block needs to be there as it's wedge-shaped and used to keep the pinion angle correct since the Bronco uses a CV joint at the transfer case end of the driveshaft. Get an inch or two longer shackle for the rear, and problem solved.isn't the heighth difference between the front and rear the block in the rear. I dont know what you could expect by removing it though.
You are correct that either way will change the pinion angle. The difference is that a couple of inches at the shackle will make a very tiny difference in pinion angle. He'd have to extend the shackle like 8 inches or more to throw off the pinion angle as much as he would by removing the wedge.The way I see it is either way the angle is going to change what is the difference and why?