Tuff Countrys blocks are an economical solution to raising the rear end of many trucks and SUVs.
What is the thickness? What is meant by tapered? I am wondering if I can use this on 3500 lb trailer axle with 1.75 inch wide springs.
Asked by pbr from Denver on
PBR, the Tuff Country Axle Lift Blocks are 1.5" thick. They are tapered to correct the pinion angle on the axle after lifting the vehicle. As for lifting a trailer, I would go with a non tapered block like the one located here: http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Suspension/1-5-Lift-Blocks.aspx?t_c=1&t_s=101&t_pt=5539&t_pn=R/ERE1260 Hope this helps!
Answered by Zach O. ext 4939 from Denver on
For over a quarter of a century, Tuff Country EZ-Ride Suspension has had its finger on the pulse of the aftermarket suspension market. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, the company has ready-made testing grounds practically in its backyard with the nearby Wasatch Mountains. Brackets are constructed from top grade steel and precision cut for winning fitments. Tuff Country's focus is squarely on lift and leveling kits for a wide range of 4x4s and they also manufacture leaf springs, steering stabilizers, traction bars and other off-road accessories. Their kits have a reputation for being easy on the wallet and easy to install so when you want to clear larger tires make Tuff Country a destination. Shop Tuff Country Now
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