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Old 03-08-2012, 10:32 AM   #1
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I have got some 2" square tubing to use as lowering blocks for the rear of my next build. Does anyone have pics of how they modified the blocks to move the rear axle 3/4" forward. I know it requires a hole drilled in the tubing and also a nub to accept the springs. But is the hole or nub centered in the 5" length of tube and the opposite, nub or hole, 3/4" inch away?

On the other hand, doing the front, I know to swap end front to rear on the springs, but are they flipped over too or are they the same profile as in the stock position?

Any pics would be great. Thanks yall.
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Old 03-08-2012, 10:47 AM   #2
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I have got some 2" square tubing to use as lowering blocks for the rear of my next build. Does anyone have pics of how they modified the blocks to move the rear axle 3/4" forward. I know it requires a hole drilled in the tubing and also a nub to accept the springs. But is the hole or nub centered in the 5" length of tube and the opposite, nub or hole, 3/4" inch away?

On the other hand, doing the front, I know to swap end front to rear on the springs, but are they flipped over too or are they the same profile as in the stock position?

Any pics would be great. Thanks yall.
Check in with TerryH. (That will actually be 7/8" offset). He's got the info and photos on his build.
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Sooooo..2 nubs and no holes. What page did you find that on? Thanks Checkride.
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Sooooo..2 nubs and no holes. What page did you find that on? Thanks Checkride.
I think around page 7.
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