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Ok I'm getting ready to purchase a fat brothers leveling kit and is basically just like a truxxx 3+1 kit. Is the block in the rear of the truck strong enough to hold what our truck are able to tow and haul or is there a chance of it breaking?
I'm totally new to this kind of modin.

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A block in the rear is fine, as long as its steel and not the cheap aluminum ones. There are plenty of lifted trucks with blocks in the rear up to 5" and they tow loads just fine
 

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Ya I agree. Thats common to to put blocks in the rear to lift your truck. I agree with chevydmax. As long as its steel your good to tow :rockin



 

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yes steel or i have billet aluminum, but steer clear of the crappy thin walled cast aluminum blocks you will crush/crack them with enough weight.
 
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