Rear Suspension Lift for P/U: Blocks or Springs?
Georgians. I have indeed tried the search function and by no means am I a stranger to Yotas. So I do have a question out there for members who have had first hand experience with these two types of approaches and would love to hear any pro's or con's that might come with them. Question: Blocks or Springs? If you do want to throw up some info that would be much appreciated. Lexus Senior Cert. and Toyota Expert Cert. not to mention ASE Master Cert. (not trying to come across as conceited just want to provide a little background) so please feel free to throw out as much tech info as you would like. My application will be with my 93 P/U as in my sig. I will be utilizing Toytec Ball-joint spacers up front (2") and am curious as to which set-up is commonly prefered to lift the rear. Pros, cons, suggestions or a simple vote would be much appreciated.
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