I have already read the downsides to using keys and overcranking them. I am not planning on cranking the ones I purchased on top of the stock position. That being said I have a set of 3" lift keys sitting in my dorm waiting to get put on my 05 4x4 edge. Next month I will be getting better shocks all aound to replace the oem worn ones.
So far I have swapped the stock 2" ford lift blocks for some cheap aluminum 3" blocks that they sell at autozone.
Stock blocks flexed out:
3" blocks flexed out:
Personally I dislike blocks after watching my buddy trailer his blazer home with a rear end no longer attached but hey they came stock so these will work till I order 4" leafs.
I have a torsion key set sitting ready to go on included directions keys and a 1/2" shock lift. Intent is to clear 33x12.50s in hard turns and flex since that's pretty much the trails here. Currently the 32x10.50s I have don't have issues but bigger looks nicer. Hopefully by the end of this weekend I can post pics of the prerunner bumper installed. Overall not a bad deal 3" blocks and 3" keys were under $100 installed assuming the keys go in ok this weekend.