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|07-31-2013 10:15 AM|
I have not heard anything good about Rusty's products,maybe this could be part of the problem...
|07-31-2013 09:56 AM|
Ordered them through quadratec and they're listed as being TJ,LJ,XJ specific. Here's the link below
|07-31-2013 07:30 AM|
|MisfitSeven||Did you happen to order TJ/LJ/XJ specific brackets? They are angled at 10*. It sounds like you got 0* brackets.|
|07-31-2013 06:35 AM|
|venum67||Were you able to get some pics? I guess no one else had any suggestions.|
|07-29-2013 01:52 PM|
|venum67||The OEM brackets are tacked onto the upper spring mount as well. So that should give you another contact point.|
|07-29-2013 01:39 PM|
...its been awhile since I did mine, but I will go & take a look later & get some pics of mine.
I will say, if you can, weld the channel on more; one of mine is separating & I need to fix it. The fact they only have 2 spots holding the channel in place is a dumb design imo, but hey they're cheap & seem to be pretty strong
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|07-29-2013 01:35 PM|
Dinged up my Drivers side mount pretty good so went ahead and purchased the Heavy Duty Rusty's Offroad replacement brackets. However, upon inspection it seems the aftermarket ones mount straight onto the axle versus the OEM brackets which are slightly angled inward towards the LCA frame brackets. Has anyone encountered this problem? Any suggestions on how i should mount the new ones (i.e. angled/straight)? If i weld them straight, what reference point should i use? I can take some pics when i get home later if it'll help clarify.