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    Drag Blocks?

    I really need some bolt on adjustable drag blocks. I am not so interested in dragging but I need to do something so that when the back is dropped too low in motion I dont rip off the sides of the rollpan...again.:D

    I wanted to pick some up from SD but I know nothing about the new owners besides the fact that usually whatever I am looking for is "out of stock".


    Can anyone point me to another website?

    I was going to ask Kyle (GuiltybyDesign)about it until I saw what happened to his shop. Wow! I'm sorry to see what happened bro! Geeze! Hope your able to get up and running again soon.
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    if you have a welder you can make your own. where do you plan on bolting them on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragnblazer View Post
    if you have a welder you can make your own. where do you plan on bolting them on?
    As far back as possible on the frame.
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    nothing has changed with sd.com, they are just not keeping up on the web site so much anymore because they dont have time, just call. and trust me i know all about ripping the sides of the ecc roll pans lol mine is getting glued together again ha ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by suncad03 View Post
    nothing has changed with sd.com, they are just not keeping up on the web site so much anymore because they dont have time, just call. and trust me i know all about ripping the sides of the ecc roll pans lol mine is getting glued together again ha ha
    Thanks for the heads up. Do you have any pics of where you mounted your blocks?
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    agreed on Suicidedoors, same owner, just a revamp on the name. Call em up and they should take care of you

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    They arent adjustable, but I have a set of Brian's Blocks sitting here at the house. You can have them for whatever it will cost to ship over there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crucified View Post
    Thanks for the heads up. Do you have any pics of where you mounted your blocks?

    mine are before the axle so they dont help at all for the rear roll pan ha ha. it will not be on there for long

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    I've seen people use trailer hitch balls and shim them with washers or weld a couple nuts to the frame and bolt them up
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazin4low View Post
    I've seen people use trailer hitch balls and shim them with washers or weld a couple nuts to the frame and bolt them up
    if you do this i will kick you in the nuts, dont ever drag hitch balls. the shear off at the small part were they neck down. leaving you with a 1lbs flying ball into someones windshield

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    I just sat my truck flat on the ground took the blocks and sat them on ground also and put some weld on them after the axle. The sides were off also to do this plus my frame is plated behind the axle and I have added some square tubing in the rear frame horn with my stock bumper .

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    I need a set of brian blocks. 1st gen frames are worthless
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