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Right now i have 3" blocks in the rear. I wanna go an inch lower to level it out. 4" lowering leafs or 4" blocks? I need some feedback. proS or conS on either? suggestions? ride quality?
i plan on ordering one of them soon but i'm really not sure which method to use. i know that there's a big difference in $ though so i guess what i'm really asking is...are the leafs worth the extra loot?
 

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I've never used lowered leafs so I can't comment on that. Take out the middle leaf. It's free and it should do the trick.
 

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Four inch blocks might be pushing it. You need to make sure your driveshaft stays in line. Not to mention, you would create a lot of play in your rear end. I would go with slamdtaco's idea.
 

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Doesn't the DJM kit use 4 inch blocks in the rear with shims for the driveline alignment?
 

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Actually, the 4" blocks that I got with my kit were already pinion angle correct so there's no shims or anything like that. I haven't had any rear end problems, no vibration, etc. I did, however, flip my carrier bearing to keep the driveline vibration away.
 
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