Installed 4\" Tuff Country Lift Yesterday Here are some pointers for those looking to intall the lift Well, on my 76 I finally got tired of one of my 33's getting chew up everytime I backed up so I went and picked up a Tuff Country 4" Lift with rear blocks. I think eventually I'll switch the rear end to 91 springs and a shackle flip. I actually think that if you have the money you might as well do the shackle filp or put in new or different springs. It is about the same amount of work as putting block in and you'd only have to do it one. I wanted the 3" with 4" rear blocks but bought the 4" because nobody had the 3" in stock. Wow the 4" is actually 5.5" when compared to the original height. I knew my original springs were sagging but Holy Cow Batman! It is a little too tall for my preference. If it was an inch shorter it would look perfect and I could get in and out just right. I hope front will sag a little, or when I put on a heavyduty bumper and winch it will drop a little. Now the rear end seems to be a little lower. For those of you wondering, it took me about 10 hrs to install. Air tools would cut a hole bunch of time off of this. I still need to replace my brake lines. I'll probably go buy some ProComp extended lines on Mon. or Tues.. I didn't like the look of the brake line extensions Tuff Country provided. Overall it seems like it rides alot smoother. Now when going down the street I don't get the harsh bumping I used to. It is more of a bounce or jiggle. That may be due to the ProComp ES3000 shocks or the orignal rear springs. I was going to get the RS9000 shocks but wife needs new tires on the Honda. By the way my other shocks were originalls and I could push and pull with almost no resistance. I still need to get a new stearing arm bracket. How hard is this to change? Is it worth $45 to have someone else put in on? One more thing. When installing the front springs get some Huge Jackstands or some 6x6 blocks. I thought I had tall jackstands but they were barely tall enough. I was lucky enough to have just enough room to put the new springs in. I had the jacstands up all the way up and the truck sitting on them. I had my axle sitting on the ground with nothing under it. That streached my stock brakelines to the max!!! When installing the rear springs I had to put the rear axle on jackstands just high enough to pull the 33's off. I then had to nail two 2x4's together to and lift on the front of the overload spring with my 21.5 inch floor jack to barely get enough room to install the rear blocks. I'm pretty sore today but it is done. Supprising my wife likes it. She actually hated the beast but now think it looks tuff. Go figure. Well if anyone has any more questions or pointers feel free to fill in.