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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by hd-10, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. hd-10

    hd-10 1/2 ton status

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    i am looking to get rid of my blocks and woundering if there is a bolt on shackle that i can use on the original hangers looking to keep my 4" of lift
     
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    try to find somone who bought the "Echo bit" shackle flip, the company is now out of buisness. Maybe you could copy it, Or maybe somone is selling their old kit.. It looked like a decent setup.
     
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    Here ya go
     
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    Longer shackles will only lower your truck. I think what you're thinking about is a shackle flip and you can get those from Off Road Design.
     
  5. Silver84k5

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    oops, i thought he meant bolt on as in, he didnt want to grind rivets... Didnt notice he just said "Shackle".....
     
  6. hd-10

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    i am looking for somethimg to bolt on the hangers so idon't have to mess with the rivets.
     
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    Rivets arent all that bad, get a grinder and a drill and have at it... Other wise your gonna have to do the Echobit thing i mentioned.
     

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