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1 1/2 or 2 inch rear block

I recently had Bilstein 6112 put on the front of my 2013 Tundra and 5110 on the back. I have the 6112 set at maximum height. The truck looks great but sits about an inch and a half front high. I think I am going to put a set of blocks in the back. Will I need to have the front end aligned again? Anyone know any other problems I might encounter? Blocks will be no more than 2 inches.

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I personally think blocks suck, even smaller ones. Put some shackles or an add a leaf on it.


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Yeah like Azblue said ditch the blocks and put shackles on.
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Blocks suck.

Shackles.
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I personally think blocks suck, even smaller ones. Put some shackles or an add a leaf on it.
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Yeah like Azblue said ditch the blocks and put shackles on.
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Blocks suck.

Shackles.
^ I concur with all of the above....

If you want it level (1.5"), try Toytec adjustable (1" or 1.5") shackles.

https://www.toyteclifts.com/skltun-t...07-tundra.html

My thread on them..

https://www.tundratalk.net/forums/tu...les-today.html

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Shackles it will be

After multiple suggestions I go with shackles over blocks I decided to go with shackles. I bought a set of ToyTec 1 - 1 1/2”. I’ll be putting them on in a couple of days.

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