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Old 01-12-2011, 03:41 PM
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Originally Posted by ChryslerTech View Post
There is no room for adjustment on the transfer case. I'd also doubt that there is much room to move the front diff with the factory mounting points. To lower the front diff with a drop bracket requires cutting of the crossmember mounting pocket
Okay, I really haven't looked at any lift kits for newer suspensions, my last 4WD was an 86' High Sierra with a solid front axle, it had a 6" lift, but it was all in the leaf springs,so no obvious problems associated with angles of half-shafts like my dodge has now, so how do they correct for the proper angle of the half-shafts?
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