Originally Posted by UNBROKEN
I keep thinking about dropping mine another inch but not with the rear link bars mounted like they are now. I have some ideas on those....the upper bar would be easy. Trim a couple of spots on it's mount and drill a new bolt hole and you could drop it a couple of inches. The lower bar will take some fab work and welding but doesn't look too hard to drop. Once those are moved a standard old school c-notch could be put in for some more travel. Notching the frame as it sits and the upper link bar will be the first point of contact with the frame....it already is if you have bump stops that are too short installed. I learned that the hard way.
With your drop , which bumpstops do you recommend for the rear to
keep the upper bar from making contact ?