This was the excellent choice to raise the rear of my truck
By Coupe Kid from Boise, idaho
did its job and lifted my truck
By derek from aberdeen, WA
2005 Ram 1500
Many Ram lift kits leave the rear end slightly lower than the front end. I have the Rancho 4" Kit on my truck and the kit only came with 1 inch blocks in the rear (Doesn't look attractive). To level my truck I added these 3.5" blocks and now the truck sits level and gives it a much more aggressive/lifted appearance.
The photos below are before and after. I wasn't able to find any taken from the same point of view but you can follow the lower body line and see the difference.
By Joe from Orlando, FL
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.
By cw from Tollhouse, CA
Nice quality product that fit right the first time.
By Beadlock from Moorpark, Ca
I would buy this block again.
The blocks look nice all aluminum, light but strong for the job.
By Joe from Los Angeles
5.5" rear lifting block 97 Suburban
I wanted to lift the back end of my Suburban. The truck already had a 6" procomp lift kit, however the back end was sagging. The tech recommended 5.5 lift for the rear. When it was first put on it looked awesome. It had the exact lift I was looking for, BUT after I filled up with 41 Gallons of gas it sagged about 1" giving me that front end higher than the back look. IF I do it again I will go 6" block in the rear. OVERALL I am happy with the look when the car has about 1/4-1/2 tank.. The installation was top notch and the salesman was friendly and knowledgeable. I would recommend 4wheel parts to everyone.
By Blingin96 from Hayward, CA
Pro Comp is the way to go
I use the blocks to lower a 1995 s10 blazer
and what i love about these blocks is that they are cast iron and not the light weight aluminum blocks found everywhere else. and fit right into place
By boomhower from san diego ,CA
3" tapered cast iron blocks.
Great product installed straight out the box. Replaced the 1 1/4" blocks on my 2008 silverado with these 3" inch tapered cast iron blocks.
Does this product come with the 95-557sd and the 95-556sd? the lift is calling for one of each.
Robert from NM on
Thanks for the inquiry Robert, the Pro Comp Suspension 5.5 Inch Rear Lift Block part # EXP95-556SD they are sold separately.
from NM on
how wide is the block?
chris from Alamosa, co on
This block is 2.5" Tall x 2.5" Wide with a 9/16" Pin Size. They are sold as a pair.
from Alamosa, co on
I purchased a Rubicon Express long arm kit the four wheel parts in Oakland installed. My question is are these blocks comparable and is there a 1 or 2" kit for the front to get the rake of my rig to look better. Love my long arm kit.
Sixsackpaul from California on
Sir, The Procomp is a quality brand and is comparable to the Rubicon, if you are looking to Level the truck Procomp has the leveling kit for you. Browse thru our website and add your vehicle information to get all of the options for you. Thanks for the question.
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