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Old 04-24-2015, 12:41 AM   #1
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Hey Guys,
I have a 2013 FX4. I really like the ride height of the front of the truck. I have read a little bit about removing the rear blocks to get the truck level. All the pics Ive seen in the forums look great. I have a couple questions. Does it effect the ride at all? Do you notice it being bumpier or stiffer, and do I need to get the truck re Aligned after removing the blocks?

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Removing the blocks will not change the ride at all. Just get some 2WD rear shocks and your golden! Did this along with 2" drop shackles on a friends 4X4 and he rode just fine!

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