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Old 05-07-2020, 09:16 PM #1
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Help identifying these... suspension lift.

So I picked up a used Pro Comp 4Runner suspension lift and it came with these brackets but I donít think they are for a 2nd Gen. Guessing they are leaf spring brackets. Anyone know for sure?
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So I picked up a used Pro Comp 4Runner suspension lift and it came with these brackets but I donít think they are for a 2nd Gen. Guessing they are leaf spring brackets. Anyone know for sure?
Definitely leaf spring shackles. Provide a bit of lift by pushing the leaf down off of the frame further. Old school stuff that I used to do with my FJ40.
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Definitely leaf spring shackles. Provide a bit of lift by pushing the leaf down off of the frame further. Old school stuff that I used to do with my FJ40.
Cool. Thanks for confirming. Guessing this kit came off a Pickup vice 4Runner maybe. Just weird I can't find pics or descriptions of these specific brackets anywhere. I've already installed 4" coil springs, drop brackets, and shocks in the rear so just need to get the front done. Cheers.

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