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Shackle flip N Switch Zero basic kit

Shackle flip N Switch Zero basic kit
1973-87 (91) 1/2 and 3/4 ton shackle flip n switch that provides minimal lift. Mathematically 7/8" of lift.

Some builds can benefit from more up travel in the suspension. Requiring a leaf spring with more arch. That being said, less lift in the hangers can keep your rig lower, and still have up travel without a high COG.

All 1/4" steel construction, powder coated satin black.

Recommend using our cross tied shackles with this kit as opposed to straight shackle sides.
SKU P-00135K-01
Weight 25.00 lbs
 
Our price: $275.00
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Customer Reviews

  • Author: T. O.
    Very happy, great quality, solid hardware. My review is for a 2wd 87 R-10 long bed with the lighter duty 52" springs originally. The truck has a canopy and a simple DIY camper setup, and with all the resident tools, tire chains and camp gear, the axle was about 2.25" off the bumpstop. Load up at Home Depot and 400# of stuff and small bumps would get you on the bumpstops. Bought this kit with the 6" cross-tied shackle, and a set of 22-605 56" springs for a 1/2t Suburban. Combo was a tad more lift than I expected. I drilled the shackle to be ~4.75". Total the saggy back end raised up 4.75", about 2.5" of shackle flip lift, and 2.25" from the new springs and shim. It did rotate the axle a good amount so an 8 degree shim was used to get the driveshaft geometry back to normal. I did have to move the extra step bumper brackets, then loosen, tweak, and re-drill some holes for the aftermarket receiver hitch mounting, which now overlaps this bracket. I have some longer shocks on the way and I should be all complete after that.