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Has Anyone Tried/Used This Lowering Link?

skilly

Member
Dec 8, 2014
748
220
Livermore CA
i used links for my drop but will be switching out to UPs solution. The front links are very long and as you stretch them out (longer = lower) you risk them popping out of position and having your suspension fail.

The brackets keep everything stock and drop the vehicle perfectly about 1" across the range (each position). They seem excessively expensive for what they are but the RnD that went into them and fit and finish via CnC make the pricing justifiable. Id highly recommend splurging on the extra and doing it right.
 

JChris

Member
Jul 1, 2017
41
16
Seattle
i used links for my drop but will be switching out to UPs solution. The front links are very long and as you stretch them out (longer = lower) you risk them popping out of position and having your suspension fail.

The brackets keep everything stock and drop the vehicle perfectly about 1" across the range (each position). They seem excessively expensive for what they are but the RnD that went into them and fit and finish via CnC make the pricing justifiable. Id highly recommend splurging on the extra and doing it right.

Thanks for your reply
 

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