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Old 08-07-2012, 09:52 PM   #21
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Looks good, seems like you almost have room to go up more in the wheel well to do 14" shocks.
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Amazing, JLee... I've been mulling the idea of replacing my shocks because the 12" stroke is a tad too long for the stock location.

I've been wondering about something like this- a fabricated bucket and shock mount relocator kit. I need something like this until I can afford to throw in a LT kit into the rear.
Do you have an estimated price? Also, can a hole be drilled up top to fit a pin-style shock mount (my edelbrocks are not eyelets.) I'm guessing I could just buy the eyelet adapter type thing or is that a no-no?
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Old 08-09-2012, 10:12 AM   #23
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Amazing, JLee... I've been mulling the idea of replacing my shocks because the 12" stroke is a tad too long for the stock location.

I've been wondering about something like this- a fabricated bucket and shock mount relocator kit. I need something like this until I can afford to throw in a LT kit into the rear.
Do you have an estimated price? Also, can a hole be drilled up top to fit a pin-style shock mount (my edelbrocks are not eyelets.) I'm guessing I could just buy the eyelet adapter type thing or is that a no-no?
Thanks and I can put a hole in the top of the plate before it's cut i still haven't worked out a price just yet I'm working on it.
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Have you tried a 2.5" shock in there yet?
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Old 08-09-2012, 10:17 AM   #25
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Have you tried a 2.5" shock in there yet?
I have not the front and back plate are 3" apart and with them loose you can set the mounting distance so I'm sure they would fit.
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Old 08-09-2012, 10:21 AM   #27
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Thanks and I can put a hole in the top of the plate before it's cut i still haven't worked out a price just yet I'm working on it.
Sorry about that- I just read a couple posts back where you already stated that you're working on pricing. Didn't mean to make you repeat. Definitely let us know when you have some pricing. Since I'll be installing my rear LT some time next year, this will be good for me. I'll take it to my local DuckSlayer to have him weld it on.
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Sorry about that- I just read a couple posts back where you already stated that you're working on pricing. Didn't mean to make you repeat. Definitely let us know when you have some pricing. Since I'll be installing my rear LT some time next year, this will be good for me. I'll take it to my local DuckSlayer to have him weld it on.
These won't be tall enough for SUA, unless you mount the shock 4" Bdlow the axle. I'd look into the BR Towers for that :cool;
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Old 08-09-2012, 04:25 PM   #30
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O lol I'm not planning on using these shocks in my LT, I meant that this is good for me until I get my cage and 16s But I still wanna see these BR Towers tho! Curious.
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Old 08-09-2012, 05:59 PM   #32
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O lol I'm not planning on using these shocks in my LT, I meant that this is good for me until I get my cage and 16s But I still wanna see these BR Towers tho! Curious.
You wanna see them you could look in my pictures or the BR thread in the LT section
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I have not worked out pricing yet I'm working on it i should have it up on the site in a few days.
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You wanna see them you could look in my pictures or the BR thread in the LT section
Yeah the duck just sent me a link. I remember seeing those bad boys in the shop. Definitely a sweet way to go while saving maximum bed space.
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Is this a flex test or a LCA skid test. ouch!
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Is this a flex test or a LCA skid test. ouch!
Both lol
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Def interested in these if they work with a 2.5" shock!
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Please, please, please make something like this for the 4th gen 4runner. And some links to go with it
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I don't see what I couldn't
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