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Zero Rate plus an add-a-leaf?

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by jughead, Mar 18, 2007.

  1. jughead

    jughead Registered Member

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    72 Blazer with 6 inch springs plus a zero rate. i put 38 inch Swampers with 15x12 rims and I am getting major grindage on the fenders up front. My question is whether I can toss an add-a-leaf in there to gain an inch also and slide the rear forward an inch so I only have to trim the front of the fender by the bumper. I am not going to be doing any kind of flexing or rock crawling. Mainly sand and mud every so often. I like the look of the 38" so I am trying to work through it. Thanks
     
  2. miniwally

    miniwally 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    The zero rate will do what you need.

    It will raise the front of the truck 1 inch over what you have and give you the ability to move the front axle forward either an inch or an inch and a half.

    Give a call and they can help you out.
     

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