Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: Noosa Heads, QLD, Australia
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The angle is irrelevant (sort of..) the three holes are as stated previously for 3, 4.5 and 6 inch lifts. The holes are not 3, 4.5 and 6 in higher than stock, this is because they are also not perfectly in line with the stock hole. The 6 inch hole is bout 1/4 in across from the stock hole to correct the axle position without actually raising the track bar 6 inches. If it did raise 6 inches it would foul with the chassis.
What you are really looking for is the diff to be centered. So try the middle hole and measure the outer edge of the tyres to chassis both sides, then try the other holes. The one that has the closest measurements both sides is the one you want.
If you went for an adjustable trackbar as well then you can just go for the highest hole and then adjust the track bar for axle centred. Lifting the trackbar (making it closer to horizontal) improves the handling by reducing the bumpsteer, or the amount the axle moves sideways when going over a bump which makes the ride much more pleasant.
Had mine in the centre hole with just under 3 in lift but had to drop it to the lowest hole to get the axle closest to centre.
Last edited by SeaComms; 05-13-2011 at 06:14 AM.