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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-29-2001, 09:05 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone Running Revolver Shackles

I am looking at getting better articulation with minimum lift. I am going to do alot of fender trimming to minimize my lift and still clear 36's. I just wanted to see what peolpe thought about the Tera Flex revolver shackles for some added flex. Just looking to keep the center of gravity as low as possible.

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Re: Anyone Running Revolver Shackles

I love mine.

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Re: Anyone Running Revolver Shackles

I would do a search on this, many people really hate these for a few good reasons. H8monday is very opinionated on the subject of these shackles. Read his posts on them.

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Re: Anyone Running Revolver Shackles

I had read all the problems withe them, and wanted to find out for myself, so I put a set of a buddies on my CJ5 (rears) for an afternoon, then took them off. They did give me more droop, but also opened under a hard launch and hillclimbs.

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