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Carrier Bearing Drop for 99-04 with 6" lift

Getting a little vibration at take off. Need a carrier bearing drop. Need suggestions on where to get one or mesurements of the bracket so I could possibly make one.

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Re: Carrier Bearing Drop for 99-04 with 6" lift

One Up Off road, OUO, makes a nice one. They seem to get the point that a carrier bearing must rotate when dropped or it will self destruct.

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I've put 100k miles using a shim kit....heck if your worried about the angle just make some angled shims...
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Shims are fine for a 6" kit, heck some don't even have them with no shudder.

If you do want to spend the coin the OUO ones are bad ***. I think they are like 175 bucks or something. They can even be used on a stock height truck now all the way up to 16+ inches of lift.

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i have a pmf carrier bearing drop used for about 2 months just put my truck back to stock selling for $110 shipped
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I run the pmf because you can't just angle the shims since it's through bolted so you would have to get creative

the reason for the angle is mostly for the rubber isolator mine was taking a beating with my lift and this is easily adjustable so for $149 and PMF is local it was worth it


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