what i was refering to is the rear spring hangers are outboard of the frame correct. the front spring hangers are directly under the front of the frame so how can they be parallel? unless of course the frame is narrower where the rear spring hangers are bolted up compared to the front frame horns.
Yes, if you look at the frame rails, they flare out a little at the front horns.
Got it sitting on it's own weight yet? would love to see how well the kit centers the axle.
Bruiser - '90, SCLB, 300 sixer, M5R2, 4x4, smorgasbord, down for surgery.
Enterprise D - '90, CCLB, 7.3L IDI, ZF5, Dually, Western Hauler, 2wd for now
Bronco (unnamed) - '92, 300 sixer M5R2, 4x4, almost ready for the road.
Pulled the bolts out of the front as well as the pan hard bar and the sway bar. I wish I was talented enough to post pictures on here from an iPhone but I'm not haha. The truck got taken away for 250$ today.
I'm waiting for my dad to come back so I can go to auto zone and get some bushings. I just beat 2 of the bolts out but I rotated the sleeve in the other 2.
People made it seem harder than it actually was. I drilled a ton of holes around the center sleeve in the bushing, then pushed/smacked out the center price. Then I sawzalled the bushing in half and it came out by hand.
Something like that. I have tube for spacers between the frame rails too. Its not done being welded yet, and theres a ton of slag from the plasma cutter.
Gotta cut off the excess material.
EDIT: Also figured out my driveshaft situation. The D60 accepts a 1330 U joint on the yoke for some reason, but the drive shaft yoke takes a 1350. Weird. I'm not too sure about the rear end as I haven't messed with it yet. Figure that out later.
Hey man. You could either move the front shackle backwards half an inch or so OR move the rear hanger forward an inch or so. Either way get that angle around 40-45 . On a side note. Did you just bend the sky manufacturing sides in a slight bit to get them to be the width of the bronco frame?? I am either going to go Sky or make my ow hanger not 100% sure yet!