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Finally got the truck back from the shop today. the stock block and the block that rc sent me are stacked right now and im thinkin about taking one of them out to get more of a cali look. but the tires are cooper discover STT's 33x12.50r17. let me know what you guys think!





 

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Looks good. Def would do something about the stacked blocks though.
 

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thanks guys but yea i think im gonna take the rough country block out and leave the stock one in. idk if they are the same size or what. but if i did that would i have any problems with anything?
 

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How tall are the blocks when stacked together? Maybe find a block that size.
 

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prob 3" or 4" i want it to sit cali so i want to choose between the 2 and just run one of them.
 

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Ready lift makes 3'' blocks, but depending on how tall the others are that might give you some rake.
 

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Take them both out and you'll have some cali lean..haha
 

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That truck looks completly different its awesome.
 

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Your truck looks great!! I'm just afraid to get that lift from all the problems they had with it....
 

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dont get me wrong now a lot of trucks round here sit cali! i like the way it looks but everytim i look at it the stance is looking better and better! i will prob end up leavin it like it is! but thanks on the comments guys!
 

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The stock blocks are 1.25" tall and the RC blocks are 1.5" tall, giving a stacked height of 2.75".
 
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