|10-30-2007 09:07 AM|
(written by triple88a)
The way i understand it is that is just a bracket that removes the bracket from the tub and mounts it to the tranny and still keeping the stock linkages.
installing that bracket would still keep the short shaft thats on the adjusting rod therefore again not helping me.
Thanks for the help though
|10-30-2007 03:50 AM|
Get the AA bracket. It replaces the pivit point on the body and your linkage will always line up even if you change your setup later.
|10-29-2007 06:26 PM|
|Triple88a||bump, any one?|
|10-28-2007 07:54 PM|
|Triple88a||Yeah if there are no alternatives I'm thinking about installing an 1" mml and removing the 1" tcase linkage drop bracket that came w/ the tcase spacer kit. Now i have 3" in drop brackets. (2" drop bracket from the bl and 1" drop bracket from the tcase kit bolted together)|
|10-28-2007 07:42 PM|
|orange05tj||When I did my BL, it came with a bracket for the linkage adjustment. I didnt need it because I did a MML. Not too sure how to fix your prob though. Intrested in hearing the final result. Must be a Chicago thing.|
|10-28-2007 07:23 PM|
|Triple88a||btw i tried to climb that rock (in my sig) again w/ my 4" suspension lift and it wouldnt climb it on 4hi and since no 4lo i had to abort. I've only climbed it on 4 lo and now i tried on 4 high and the front tire started spinning.|
|10-28-2007 06:01 PM|
Tcase shift linkages for 2" bl and 1" tcase drop (same as 3" bl) help
Hey all, after installing my 2" bl and my 1" tcase drop i cant put it in 4 low and my tcase linkage rod is a bit short so i cant adjust it. Any one has any pics or info how the shift linkages are done in the 3" bls?
Thanks in advance.