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mitchely03

Removed rear block alignment off?

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Removed the rear block under the leaf springs right now and now my alignment is off by a lot well the steering wheel is pretty off. I’m a noob to suspension on trucks. At least the rear. What got thrown off?

 

 

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that doesn't sound right to me at all. I would take it to a good alignment shop and have the factory specs with you

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Are you sure you got the spring pins back in the holes on the axle? Typically a block wont affect alignment, but any time you mess with ride height it can happen

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I have no answer for your alignment question, but how level does your truck look? I've been thinking of removing the blocks for a cheap "level."

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I have no answer for your alignment question, but how level does your truck look? I've been thinking of removing the blocks for a cheap "level."
Removing the block wont really make it leveled much but if you install 2 inch drop shackles and either remove the block or flip it itll give you 3 inches and the truck will look leveled

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1 hour ago, ullose272 said:

Are you sure you got the spring pins back in the holes on the axle? Typically a block wont affect alignment, but any time you mess with ride height it can happen

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My buddy just asked me this. I swore I did. I’ll have to check it tomorrow at work. 

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1 hour ago, Mileguru said:

I have no answer for your alignment question, but how level does your truck look? I've been thinking of removing the blocks for a cheap "level."

3 inch lift spindle up front with a 2 inch bottom strut spacer

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i fixed it :crackup:

 

 

Rear doesn't look different, probably cause i have air bags... lmao

 

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