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Mr. Rock Krawler Suspension might want to add a side pic of the product on your website you cant really tell what it looks like.

Can you still run your swaybar with the mounts?
 

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Mr. Rock Krawler Suspension might want to add a side pic of the product on your website you cant really tell what it looks like.

Can you still run your swaybar with the mounts?
They are pretty simple. 3 bends, 1/4" plate that keys up to the sway bar link holes and welds on. YES, they work with the rear sway bar...

 

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Prolly a dumb question but why not run the mount on top of the axle or at least even with the bottom... guessing there wouldnt be enough room to allow the shock to collapse all the way?
 

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They are pretty simple. 3 bends, 1/4" plate that keys up to the sway bar link holes and welds on. YES, they work with the rear sway bar...


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Prolly a dumb question but why not run the mount on top of the axle or at least even with the bottom... guessing there wouldnt be enough room to allow the shock to collapse all the way?
Correct. You would either have to bring the shocks through the body or triangulate the shit out of them towards the center.
 

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I figured, never been a fan of angled shocks or going thru the body so having them stick out a tiny bit is not a bad trade off. Too bad someone can't come up with a really effective telescoping shock!
 

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Thanks, amigo. I'm just trying to see if I'd want to add any metal under the LCA to serve as a skid- do you think there's room, or would it cause the arm to bind/rub? Mark W.
 

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Found these when i was looking for pics myself




 
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