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Not much ground clearance left under all that!

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John,

We posted a few more pics so you can get a better look at everything. As the days go on, we will post others.

Nevertheless, I assume your concern is with the tower that the LCA bolts to. All of the three and 4 link systems available, have similar bracketry. The height of the tower is required to achieve improved suspension geometry. Our system will allow you to run 14" wheels. The lower control arm bracket is 1/4" above the wheel lip of a 14" wheel. In other words, if you get a flat, the tower will not drag the ground. Our tower has 3 holes in it, to allow for suspension geometry adjustments relative to ride height, and to minimize axle wind-up and reaction loads through the suspension attachments.

If you find a system that does not invade this space below the axle tube, its not worth investing in. Geometries, will simply not be improved.

Thanks...Mike
 

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Thanks for the info. :)

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