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Tuff Country Axle Drop-Pivot Brackets
These axle pivot brackets are made exclusively for Ford F150, F250, Ranger & Explorer models. Designed to be used with an existing suspension lift kit or can be used to fix alignment issues due to lifting a vehicle without dropping the factory axles. Designed for various sizes of lift depending on application. Adjustable camber bolts are included to fine tune your alignment.
These brackets will need to be pair with Sky's Front Axle Reversal.
- Ideal for Ford vehicles that have been lifted without lowering stock axle pivot brackets & having problems with alignment
- Ford alignment solution
- Includes camber adjustment bolts
- Simple bolt-on installation
- Made in the USA
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
These are a built to order item Please allow for build time.
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4.5/5 Stars based on 2 Reviews
James Stillwell | February 4th, 2022
The system was ordered for a ‘97 F250, 7.3L, 4x4, CCSB, with a Dana 50 TTB to correct wheel alignment issues that would happen with a reverse shackle kit. The bracket shipped several weeks after I ordered it (I assume, due to supply chain disruptions). It arrived with two, pre-drilled mounting holes in the top of the brackets. The faces of the brackets contained only the pivot hole and no mounting holes. Tuff country advertises a bracket specifically manufactured for a 4-hole mounting configuration (pn: 20852). CP Addict requests vehicle specific information, which led me to believe I would receive the appropriate brackets with correct mounting holes. I contacted CP Addict after noticing the mounting holes did not match the OE brackets. They recommended filling a warranty return form on their website. I also contacted Tuff Country who stated the brackets do not come shipped with mounting holes on the face of the brackets due to variances in mounting configuration between models. They advised me to drill mounting holes on my own. This led me to avoid filing a warranty return through CP Addict (they may have new-old stock that fits these trucks. If so, I don’t know why I wasn’t sent one). The new bolts are larger than the OE bolts, meaning the mounting holes in the frame of the truck are smaller than necessary. Due to the angle of some of the mounting holes and critical components, like the oil pan, it is impractical to bore the frame holes to a larger diameter. Additionally, the top mounting holes are too close (on my truck) to the oil pan to remove the old bolts and install new ones. For these reasons, I was forced to re-use the top OE bolts and purchase new, 1/2” bolts for the face mounting holes. Overall, the process took much more time and effort than anticipated. This is true even with the use of a two-post frame lift. The size difference in the hardware was also an unexpected and inconvenient hassle. The cost of the item includes hardware, which is unusable, in some instances. After $30 in correctly sized grade 8 hardware from ace, I got it installed.
Riley Benham | July 17th, 2018
These brakets are very heavy duty and are somewhat easy to install. I had to stray away from the instructions that are provided to get the job done, but at the end i got everything done correctly. Make sure you have a floor jack it will help alot.