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Hey guys looking to install a 6 in rcd lift with 3in blocks in the rear of my 07 classic this weekend

It's a crew cab long box with a two piece driveshaft

I have read there is a possibility I will have to put spacers in the carrier bearing when I put the lift on?

I have heard different things even from rcd themselves some said yes some said no some said I might


So from the real pros,

you guys what do I need to measure and check before and after to know if I need to space my carrier bearing down or how will I know if I have to and how much I will have to space it?

Any help is much appreciated!
 

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Anyone??? Searched around the site and couldn't find much info on it?
 

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Shouldn't need it on small lift my 06 didn't have it with 4 in blocks. Cheap way to do it is stack washers between carrier and bracket always works if you feel you want to do it
 

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yes on the lowering block

RCD makes one,about 2 /2'' inch for the six inch.ordered mine awhile back after installing 4th carrier in 3 yrs.Twisted all of them,granted i am hard on it at a dead stop.
 
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