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my 2/3" lift. radius rod blocks??


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#1 tallwelder81

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Posted 30 May 2012 - 08:10 PM

i have my brat mostly lifted. 2 in rear, 2.5 in front.
but i cant figure out how the radius rod lift works out?

do i need 2 blocks, 1 per side? with 1 bolt per block?
cuz that is what i was given with my kit. but it seems
like i must need more blocks.

can anyone send me a clear pic of that area, on a lifted brat?


alos, if i am lifting my front body 2.5 inches, does my
steering shaft need extension? or will it work fine stock?

pics of front chassis area on lifted brat, please???
the swaybar/radius rod/tranny area. or ANYTHING.

#2 Gloyale

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Posted 31 May 2012 - 10:43 AM

Radius rod mounts with 3 blocks, or at least 1 long w/2 holes and 1 short(per side)

Steering shaft will definately need lengthed.

#3 Uberoo

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Posted 01 June 2012 - 04:45 PM

only if your keeping the sway bar.other wise just two.

#4 tallwelder81

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Posted 01 June 2012 - 07:01 PM

should i NOT keep the sway bar?

why wouldnt i want a swaybar?

i dont do much crawling. just, you know, 30mph logging road rally.

and the occasional curb hop, or 2'x2' ditch crossing. nothing extreme.

i do about 90 miles of street driving for every 10 miles of gravel or dirt or mud or snow.

#5 Uberoo

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Posted 02 June 2012 - 12:03 AM

the sway bar really kills wheel travel,so it will ride rougher on logging trails with it on there.

just without the swaybar it will handle like an old truck,with a low center of gravity.try it with and without the swaybar and see what way you like best.The swaybar is always the first thing to go on my subarus.

#6 Cyfun

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Posted 01 July 2012 - 09:38 PM

You will probably want to ditch the sway bar. I had to remove mine after my 2" lift simply because it didn't line up anymore with the control arms, and would also rub on my tires if I turned to full lock.




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