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Old 02-14-2018, 11:30 PM   #58
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Re: How To: Ruin a Perfectly Good 4wd

Next, the rear shock relocation brackets. These are important since the 4wd does not have the crossmember with provisions for upper shock mounting with the trailing arms. The upper brackets will tie into the notches and the lowers mount on the trailing arms. Notice, too, that all holes are slotted for adjustability. This may come in handy for alignment or clearing exhaust, etc.

You can see that one of the lowers was bent, presumably in shipping, but a big crescent wrench quickly rectified that (though it didn’t bend easily).
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