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Old 12-11-2006
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I need the number from these suckers so i can look em up on summit..

AND i need the measurement from center of the whole to the center of the whole that you use to lift..

thanks in advance..

oh yea i wont wanna hear ill do it tomorrow cuz its cold outside..blah get out there and get them measurements haha
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BEL-6400

what holes?
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center to center on the two holes that you actually use..the ones the bolt will slide through..



i guess the one with the bushin and the last whole..or watever you use when doin chevy swap
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look up gorund force part number 91143. They bought out beltech, and thats the matching part number for the 6400s. not sure if theres much of a price difference.
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you have to use the one with the bushing for the hanger, then use the bottom hole at the other end.

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right..i understand that..i need a measurement between the holes..to actually see how far it drops down..
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idk, 6" ?
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like this

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i thnk that is what he wants... i would say 6", otherwise im too lazy to go measure right now.
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correct that is what im wanting playas
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7.5" center to center. that is the holes from one end to the other.

i measured it the next morning just forgot to post it. lol prolly too late anyway
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not at all zach..7.5" c to c cool beans thanks..just be lookin for a thread on this one too!! (:
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