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Old December 30th, 2011, 06:41 PM   #68
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I had some free time this morning to get some werk done. I installed my new shackle box relocation brackets. Install was not hard at all. I had about an hour into it.

First I removed the upper shackle bolts. and lowered the rear suspension.
Then tried to install the upper bracket. I had to open the OE mount slightly for ease of install. The new box was a tight fit. I bolted everything up loose and set it on the ground.

My first attempt at was a failure. The shackle bottomed out right away.
After some slight adjustment I think I got it at a good angle. Opinions on the angle would be appreciated.

I forgot to measure before I swapped these in but I can notice a slight amount of lift gained. The bottom of my taillight now measures 34" from the ground. I have 4.5" springs and stock shackles. I am still undecided on ride quality. I went down a sloppy dirt road today after the install and it felt really loose. Wet pavement was not any diff though.

The main reason for installing these was for strength.
Originally Posted by RookieMT View Post
sorry I don't work on fords I park on top of them!
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Pavement sucks
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