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Old 01-21-2011, 05:21 PM   #1
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Removing procomp 6" on 4wd

Has anyone had experience with removing a procomp 6" on a 05+ 4wd?

My main concern is the install of the 6" kit required a piece to be cut to drop the diff.

I am going to be taking the 6" kit off and installing an LT kit in the next couple months. Any suggestions?
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I have seen a thread or 2 of some people doing it. They weld in the piece that was cut. I'm not sure if gussets would be required but lets say yes for now.
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i hear its alot of work, but can be done.
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I have seen a thread or 2 of some people doing it. They weld in the piece that was cut. I'm not sure if gussets would be required but lets say yes for now.
I can see where it was cut and I planned on rewelding that when the time comes. I guess my question is more about putting the dif back where it came from
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