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Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by blazingjesse, Feb 28, 2002.
what would be better? zero rate or the lengthened shackle? to put alittle lift in the front?
Really either way would work, the shackles are going to cause a bit more work down the line though. You would need a 2" longer shackle and that would tip your pinion down some so you might need to shim it back up. It can also mess with your pinion angle. You may be able to run the Zero Rates with no other mods. Be sure to check your ubolt length.
If you go Zero Rates you can use the offset feature if you want, and they're cheaper than shackles.
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