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Old 05-22-2021, 09:46 PM   #1
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Default 1990 d21 hardbody lowered on blocks. want to get it back to stock height

Would all i have to do is take the blocks off and itd be good? sorry for the stupid question ive tried finding info online but all i can find is how to lower it not bring it back to stock height. thanks in advance
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For the back. For the front you need to find out if its lowering spindles or t-bars uncranked.

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Would all i have to do is take the blocks off and itd be good? sorry for the stupid question ive tried finding info online but all i can find is how to lower it not bring it back to stock height. thanks in advance

I see you are from the Evergreen State. No wonder you want to raise it back to stock height. I can see that for sure. How else could you hit the high country this summer? You know how it is here. Some folks lower in Washington. Most raise to the size of Bigfoot or stay stock with better shocks.

I can't answer your question about raising back to stock, but I will welcome you to the site. Here's one good thing you can do later, after you raise. Go to 15" wheels and tires and KYB shocks. A loud stereo and you are set.
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hey thanks a lot for your reply! I was wondering how the front was lowered so this reply helped a lot, thanks
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The front will either be spindles or t bars turned down. If theya re just turned down it's very very easy to readjust them back up.
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The front will either be spindles or t bars turned down. If theya re just turned down it's very very easy to readjust them back up.
Sounds accurate to me. Might have to just take a real good look under the truck.
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Probably will need stock U-bolts for the rear after removing the blocks, may want to check the leaf spring pack to see if the overload leaf was removed.
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