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umm you guys know that spohn has had them for a year right they have normal ones and adjustable ones as well with control arms that are adjustable to
Dodgert, this isn't about the bar (Spohn does make nice stuff, though), it's about the bracket the bar connects to. The Spohn stuff will re-center your axle, but it doesn't correct the geometry of the bar, which is more important as far as handling performance goes. By default, it fixes the side-to-side misalignment since it puts the bar in it's correct leveled position.
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oh his first line says pan hard bar and the one adjustable bar does bring it back where it belongs just like the brackets
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And i have a question if we bought a belltech kit do we get the new brackets then or do we have to pay extra
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And ram em broken put the adjustable bar in his truck and his tires dont stick out any more
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I recieved my bracket today woot!!! but I will post on another thread as to not hijack this one.
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where's the thread you posting the pic in????
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Sorry just posted under Custom chassis-driveline-suspension-lowering.
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ya i saw his post they need to send me one to
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oh his first line says pan hard bar and the one adjustable bar does bring it back where it belongs just like the brackets
While the Spohn bar does re-center the axle, it does not address the poor suspension geometry incurred from the bar being off-axis from parallel. The bracket does both, and it's probably gonna be cheaper to boot !
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And ram em broken put the adjustable bar in his truck and his tires dont stick out any more
Unbroken also had the relocation bracket that is supplied by McGaughys in their kit, he was just going for overkill. The Spohn bar is a nice piece, much stronger than the factory one, and if you use it in conjunction with the relocation bracket it allows you to dial in the centering of the axle perfectly. But it is not a necessity if you have the bracket. In terms of overall function, the bracket is better than the adjustable bar !
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Just spoke with bell-tech, all customers that have prrof of purchase and have ordered the drop kits within the past year will be eligible to receive the new relocation under warranty, to get one you must contact bell-tech directly.

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