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how to drop front axleon a vitara


 
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buggy_666
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:05    Post subject: how to drop front axleon a vitara Reply with quote

Hi new on here
hope some one can help i just bought a vitara soft top R reg and mods done already
2" suspension lift with camber bolts
tyres and wheels
the problem i have is not new lifted the suspension and want to fit a axle drop too as drive shafts are at an angle i am not happy with
looked at the axle front and can get the drop plates mounts no problem but where the diff sits there is an extra mounting
do i just do away with it ,is there enought room for the drop as only maybe an 1" gap to play with this is on front cross member just where diff housing is
if that makes any sense to you boys
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pico42
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 21, 2015 23:04    Post subject: Reply with quote

That 3rd member mount stays where it is. The geometry is such that the 1' space is enough to soak up the diff lowering. It just twists the rubber block a little on the diff's new angle. Or you can buy a replacement block with a slanted shape from Bits4Vits.
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