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What`s better belltech or ground force lowering blocks?

I wanna know quailty wise. Or is it the same thing diffrent name. Thanks

Sooner the better so i can pick`em up i was going with belltech but saw ground force.
 

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i'd say JTR are the best quality blocks. but does it really matter? I'd get belltech for the price & quality.
 

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DJM FTW... :kiki: Most blocks are fine...I wouldn't run a set of no-names, but anything like Belltech or DJM will work.
 

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i'd say JTR are the best quality blocks. but does it really matter? I'd get belltech for the price & quality.
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JTR blocks are made of solid billet aluminum and you can add a 1/2" palte for a little more drop.
 

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Belltech FTMFW...anyway thats what I got
 

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Belltech or Djm.. Im running a set of belltechs and have a set of DJM both are good
 

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So no one has ground force! I might just go with belltech cause ground force shows up as a universal. BTW who sells JTR blocks?
 

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So no one has ground force! I might just go with belltech cause ground force shows up as a universal. BTW who sells JTR blocks?
JTR themselves. ;)

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I know the 3" Ground Force coils are crap. Everyone who has them has ahcieved a 4" - 4.5" drop and not 3" like they're supposed to. Doesn't necessarily say their blocks are shitty too, but............................
 
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