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Differential drop bracket

Discussion in 'Lifted Supension - Z71 & 4x4' started by Magicmantx, Apr 16, 2019.

  1. Magicmantx

    Magicmantx TYF Newbie

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    I've seen a couple of diff drop brackets for sale for about $100 anyone use one of these? I installed a supreme suspensions 3-3 kit and managed to get 2" total in the front before the a frames contact the droop stops which is ok but then had to change out the rear blocks to 2" so now it sits level but still have a pretty extreme angle on the axle shafts and am thinking with the drop bracket can correct some of this. I dont want to go with a full lift just yet but it rides ok with the pro comp shocks that came with the kit so I'm going to roll with it for a bit.
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  2. nocal95-2dr-yukon

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    I put a small lift kit on mine a few years back and used a drop bracket like you seem to be asking about. There are 2 parts to that change. There is a bracket that attaches on the right as well as some bracketry on the left. I needed to cut off a piece on the left as part of the installation ( it was in the instructions). It is definite worth carefully reading the instructions before getting started, especially if getting parts from a prior owned as I did.
     

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