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Hey All,

Working on finishing up the SAS on my 91 gmc.
I used GM 52's up front / Ford HP 60.

My new issue is a resullt of using a zero rate block
(I did this because I needed to push the axle forward an inch)

With the Zero Rate block in place the drag link for my crossover is hitting my leaf spring on the passenger side.

What I need to know:

Is it safe to run crossover steering with a raised steering block?

And is there such thing as a 1" raised block? I can only seem to find blocks between 2.5 and 6" tall.

TIA:confused:

*Keep in mind this is a trail only truck*
 

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What company designed your highsteer arm on the passenger knuckle?
Reason i ask is that I have seen a fair amount of ghetto fab homemade 3/4 and 7/8 inch highsteer arms machined out of flat stock sold on ebay.

I run a very similiar setup, i got the 48" length 4" lift leaves up front right now, with the 1" zero rate and a highsteer arm from ORD. No issues.
If you are running stock GM 52"s, the lift should be almost equal to what I have.
 

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i had the same issue. I have a ballistic steering arm and they have a raiser block that is between1.5 inches to 2 inches tall.
 
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