Questions and Answers
Jared on -- Asked:
What size axle tube will this fit? I'm currently looking for leaf spring perches that will fit 3.5" axle housing and haven't been having much luck. Answered:
These come with a radius for a 3" tube but you can trim a 1/4" off each side of the opening to fit the larger 3.5" tube diameter
Jude on -- Asked:
Will these fit my dana 60 axle? Answered:
You will just need to grind the nubs off the perch to fit the larger tube
Aidan D. on -- Asked:
I'm doing a JK44 swap on my Xj. Pretty sure they have a 3.25 wide tube. do you make a larger radius version of this?
We only have the one style, but there are 3 little nubs on each radius you can grind off to allow it to fit a 3 1/4" axle tube(you can see the lower two 'nubs' in the picture, 3rd one is at the top of the radius)
Chad on -- Asked:
What are the dimensions of the top plate?
The plate is 5" wide and about 8" long. 3/8" thick
Rob on -- Asked:
You mentioned the width of the perch, but not the length, how long are they?
These are 8" in length to help resist axle wrap.
Alberto on -- Asked:
Hi, does this product fit in my dana 35c? thank you Answered:
These are made for a 3" tube where the D35 should be a 2.5" tube. You could center it on the tube but you will have about 1/4" of gap to fill when welding
seth on -- Asked:
Hi, I am looking to use this on a 8.8 swap Yj. I am going to be spring UNDER. Will this still work?
I would not use this for spring under. This perch sits further off the axle tube than most so it would hang fairly low on spring under applications. Also the perch is 8" long and would more than likely interfere with the arc of your spring.
Dustin on -- Asked:
And how much lift what I expect to games if I used the U bolts eliminator kit on a Dana 44 on a XJ
The top of the perch will rest approximately 1 1/2" off the top of the axle tube if you would like to compare to your current perches.
Matthew W. on -- Asked:
I am curious about the offset of this kit. What is the available distance to forward offset my axle. Looking for about an inch of gain.
They are drilled in 1" increments. So with these you could move your axle 1" forward, 1" back, or centered over axle.