Currently out of 1.25" heims, ETA is end of April
NOTE: All link brackets have 9/16" holes. If the option to choose a larger bolt size is selected, the bracket holes will need to be drilled to match.
Both of the adjustable link brackets only come with 5/8" holes, and do not have options for other sizes.
adjustable upper frame bracket
These are very complete and simple! 4 linking a rig shouldn't be a mystery. It's really not that difficult or expensive. This kit will allow you to create a dual triangulated 4 Link suspension. You can finish it with coilovers, standard emulsion shocks, or coil springs...
You will probably be redoing some of your brake lines if you get this kit
so don't forget to check out our
BRAKE LINE PARTS
4--RH 1.25" Heims, jams and tube adapters
4--LH 1.25" Heims, jams and tube adapters
16--Zinc misalignment spacers
2--Upper frame link brackets(Adjustable Link brackets have 5/8" holes)
4--Upper link tabs or bracket
1--Lower dual triangulated link bracket
2--3" small link tabs
2--3" large link tabs
Questions and Answers
Tyler G. on -- Asked:
Can you run this setup on toyota axles?
Yes it can be made to fit most vehicle and axle combinations. All axle brackets are designed around a 3" axle tube. You will want to check with a 4 link calculator to make sure you get your link placement/ spread correct, etc. I only recommend the dual triangulated kit for the lower speed strictly offroad vehicles
Ryan on -- Asked:
Does this come with instructions? ( as in measurements, angles of how brackets mount)
No, geometry will be different for every vehicle. Weight, lift height, tire size, etc all play a role in link placement. You will want to find a 4 link calculator to properly set up your link kit
albert on -- Asked:
4 Link Kit Dual Triangulated; will it work to convert rear spring to coil-springs on 2002 Chevy suburban 2500?
It can be made to fit, you will need to figure out your link spread, bracket placement and geometry. Sometimes gas tanks get in the way so you may want to see what you have the clearance for and what needs to be relocated. If it's a street driven vehicle I would stick with a single upper triangulated 4 link