The block is not an exact fit for the Old Body Style fords. It is designed for the Superdutys, so it is about in inch or so longer than the stock block. It's not too big of a deal it just sticks over the axle perch a little bit.
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I really like the ease of installation. the only thing is i wish they came with new U-bolts.
The 4 inch blocks for a 2019 Chevy 1500 new body, are part number EXP95-401. These are sold individually. If you need new U-Bolts and hardware please contact us 877-474-4821 and provide these part numbers(EXP13-90086 individual U-Bolt, hardware 20-65302). Thanks for checking us out.
I have a 2008 F250 SD 4x4 6.4L diesel. Which would be a better choice; these 4" ProComp blocks or the 4" ProComp lift leafspring? I intend to use 60" ProComp traction bars no matter which I select. This truck is used 90% street 10% moderate off road.
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Hello Midstaterick, the Pro Comp Suspension 4 Inch Rear Lift Block would be the better way to go. If you ever plan to tow or carry heavy loads with your truck the aftermarket leafs are not made to carry the weight that your factory springs are. I would recommend the Block kit. Thank you for your question.
Thank you for your question. The Pro Comp Suspension 4 Inch Rear Lift Block will not fit your 91 nissan pathfinder. The listed spring width for the leaf spring Pathfinders is 2.36 inches. The Block width is 2.75 inches. I would recommend an add -a - leaf instead. Not quite as much lift but much better results. You can find that kit here http://jo.my/34pxd0
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