AVTekk wrote:The bracket does not give you any lift at all, it simply lowers the differential so that the axles dont bind as badly. Its been available for quite some time, at least a year or 2. Also, the user "j27" completed a balljoint flip, which is absolutely needed with that much t-bar crank.
LMs10CrewCab wrote:A ball joint flip is when you mount your upper ball joints under the control arm instead of on top. helps with getting caster/camber closer to where it needs to be.
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