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rockrock
    
How to remove lift from chevy c10?
Serious lift on my 1972 c10 with 35" cepeks...I want to lower or even return to stock with the very least amount of money and headaches. The gas tank was removed from behind the seat and replaced with some mickey mouse boat type fuel cell in the bed. I know that i could return the tank to it's original spot, but am looking at an aftermarket that runs along the rear rails? Any experience with either of these issues? Any advice is appreciated.
posted: August 2, 2012
 
    
 
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61pontiac
    
you have spacers between the spring's and the differential housing remove the spacer block's and you may or may not have to use new u bolt's. There is a dipple that is for alignment make sure it is placed in the hole on the dif housing.
posted:  August 2, 2012
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23dodges10
    
Quite often guys will do suspension and or body lift. Body lifts usually have blocks put between cab and box mounts. Take out the blocks and put shorter bolts back in. Suspension lift depends on many things. Did they put in aftermarket springs? Did they put spring blocks in? Did they put the springs over the axles? Just looking at the pickup , I suspect it is mostly a body lift. Google some lift kits and see what parts are involved in them. As far as a saddle tank chevys from 73 on use them. There should be plenty of room for one.
posted:  August 5, 2012
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