Designed to eliminate drive line vibrations commonly found on trucks with 2 piece drive shafts. Two options are available, one that drops the carrier bearing down 1.5" for trucks that are lifted 3" or less in the rear, and one that drops the bearing 2" for trucks at 4" and above in back. Pictured is the 1.5".
These also utilize a factory hole in the cross member that allows the bracket to bolt into and becomes a 3rd attachment point for the carrier bearing which will also help to eliminate unwanted flex in this area. These are available on my website streetacos.com with easy PayPal checkout, or can be done through PM. You'll find my website if you click my sig below and go to the products page, then search carrier bearing. This should bring up all the brackets that are offered for the 1st gen Taco, the 2nd gen Taco, and also the Tundra.
This is a affordable option that works as claimed and comes much cheaper than a new 1 piece drive shaft.