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Northern Goat

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has anyone actually taken out the rear blocks?
Asked my dealer if it was possible to level the front by 2” and remove the rear blocks so I can run 35’s without having huge fender to tire gaps.
Any thoughts or experience?

 

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has anyone actually taken out the rear blocks?
Asked my dealer if it was possible to level the front by 2” and remove the rear blocks so I can run 35’s without having huge fender to tire gaps.
Any thoughts or experience?
I believe someone else has already done something similar, they mentioned buying regular F150 blocks and U bolts and adding them and then adding a 2" level. If I remember correctly, they were unable to just remove the blocks and fasten the U-bolt back down because it ran out of thread which is why they needed to use standard F150 U-bolts. I can't verify any of that, its just what he shared in a Face Book group.

However, its what I plan on doing with mine probably next sprint.
 
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Northern Goat

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I believe someone else has already done something similar, they mentioned buying regular F150 blocks and U bolts and adding them and then adding a 2" level. If I remember correctly, they were unable to just remove the blocks and fasten the U-bolt back down because it ran out of thread which is why they needed to use standard F150 U-bolts. I can't verify any of that, its just what he shared in a Face Book group.

However, its what I plan on doing with mine probably next sprint.
thank you. Would you happen to have a link to that post?
 

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I think a level in the front puts it almost perfect and taking two inches out of the back it would almost squat the rear end. I’m willing to be wrong on occasion but based on the one member who added a 2 or 2.5 inch level to his, that’s what I think it would do.
 


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Its going to be nice to see some trucks when coilovers become available for the Tremor
 

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Has anyone confirmed Tremor has trim/model specific steering knuckles/uprights. Ford had mentioned the front would be lifted from the factory early on but around launch, they suddenly got silent on the matter.

Probably why the trucks are shipping with such stupid amounts of rake.

 

 
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