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I am not 100% sure on this one. It very well may. I am pretty sure it will bolt in and function just not sure about if it will level it out.
Answered by michael w. from stanley | Comment 0 0
A 1.5" drop will not lower the truck enough to impact pinion angle. You will not need to shim the transmission mount or make any other pinion angle adjustments.
Answered by scott s. from hewitt | Comment 1 0
My question is I bought the truck and did not know it had these shackles already after ordering some other brand that was a 2 in. drop well I compared the two and they were exactly the same width and height so I just left the better brand on (Eibach) of course so is it possible these are 2 inch drop as well I hope so because I sold the others already?
Asked by Joe F. from Harlingen | Comment 0 0
Kind of a stupid question but do your use the upper holes for the mount or the lower ones to get the 1 1/2" drop. I assume you can get 2" by using the upper holes & 1 1/2" by the lower ones. Also which way does the bracket face forward (open end or closed end.
Asked by EBELL H. from FAIRVIEW | Comment 0 0
The upper holes on the bracket will lower the truck slightly more than the middle holes. I installed my shackles with the open end facing the rear of the truck but the shackles appear symmetrical so I don't believe it is a major issue. Also I used the upper shackle holes. If you have a 99 lightning this will generally level out your truck's ride height and you won't have to adjust the pinion angle for the driveshaft. Later year lightnings have larger leaf springs for more load capacity which gives them a slightly taller rear end making a lower drop generally better for them.
Answered by Quewyn W. from San Bernardino | Comment 0 0
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