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Carrier bearing issues.

So I have a 2003 f350 srw cc longbed on 35's and I keep killing carrier bearings and transmission mounts which leads to the driveshaft into the bottom of the truck. It has drop shims that the previous owner installed but I don't think it's cutting it. I'm going to be ordering traction blocks/bars which will eliminate the axle wrap which I partially blame for the issues but I also want a beefy carrier bearing drop bracket. I'm stuck between PMF's and OUO's. Want some opinions. Thanks for any help.

Heres the links to them.

Adjustable Center Carrier Bearing Drop Bracket - Precision Metal Fab

One Up Offroad Drive Line Drop


2003 F-350 7.3l cclb 4x4, 160/100's, 38R, Adrenaline, gearhead, 4.5" lift, 35's, Jasper tranny, and a warn 12k. (Looking for 250/200's, t4 setup, and RR)Got any of that for sale? PM me also willing to trade current set up/parts plus cash.
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