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I have a question. Where is the Optimal mounting location for the lower bracket?

Over the existing shock location?

In the middle of the LCA?

Towards the frame more?
The lower bracket is aligned with the two existing holes in the arm where your old shocks bolted in. then you will need to mark and drill 2 additional holes.
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i called offroad warehouse and they said they didnt sell these things anymore... is that true or can i still get the brackets? i sure do hope so!
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according to nick.. they put a hold on them due to different variations....basically the mounts are exactly the same except for the diff set up you are running.
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gahhh..... man that just blows
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sorry for the perhaps terribly dumb question but what do the gussets even do for the system? it appears that they are just welded on sort of as a guide for the coils but i can't tell or understand where they contact anything except the frame and what benefit they would bring.
EDIT: where and how do you mount the limit straps? also, what was that piece that was added to the cut off bump stop? it looked like you added a block there or something...

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The weld on gussets are to support the factory shock towers. The block you see in the photos is the factory stop that was removed when we trimmed the mount and then re-installed.
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Hey Nick--
Any updates on the availablilty of the complete kits yet?
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The weld on gussets are to support the factory shock towers. The block you see in the photos is the factory stop that was removed when we trimmed the mount and then re-installed.
what about the limit straps...
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This lift has been discontinued by ORW. We sold the last kit from stock on 4/30/2010. For more information please contact us at 1-800-341-7757 or by e-mail: [email protected].
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