Rough Country Front Shackle Reversal Kit Compatible w/ 1976-1986 Jeep All CJ Shackle Reversal Kit CJ5 CJ7 CJ8 5060

Rough Country Front Shackle Reversal Kit Compatible w/

This system allows for relocating your front spring shackles to the rear mount for an improved, more stable ride with less rebound in the front end. No welding is required. This kit will work for lifted or factory height vehicles, and gives about 1/2" of lift.

  • Color: Black
  • Brand: Rough Country
  • ASIN: B00B2AESUA
  • UPC: 843030110406

M.O.R.E. 8795-2NP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-2NP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH97YE

M.O.R.E. 8795-2SB Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-2SB Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DC3WW8K

M.O.R.E. 7686-6NP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-6NP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBHA3TM

M.O.R.E. 7686-5SB Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-5SB Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBHA1EO

M.O.R.E. 7686-4SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-4SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9Y10

M.O.R.E. 7686-4SB Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-4SB Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9WVC

M.O.R.E. 7686-4NP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-4NP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9VU4

M.O.R.E. 7686-1SB Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-1SB Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9N3Y

M.O.R.E. 7686-1NP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-1NP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9MGW

M.O.R.E. 8795-3 Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-3 Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9B5Y

M.O.R.E. 7686-5SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-5SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBHA2KW

M.O.R.E. 7686-6SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-6SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBHA5JK

M.O.R.E. 7686-5NP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-5NP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBHA0M2

M.O.R.E. 7686-50 Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-50 Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9ZHS

M.O.R.E. 7686-2SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-2SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9TS8

M.O.R.E. 8795-5SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-5SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9I66

M.O.R.E. 8795-5SB Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-5SB Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9H5I

M.O.R.E. 8795-5NP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-5NP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9G5Y

M.O.R.E. 8795-3SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-3SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9DL6

M.O.R.E. 8795-3SB Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-3SB Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9CQ2

M.O.R.E. 8795-3NP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-3NP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9BV8

M.O.R.E. 8795-2SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 8795-2SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

  • Brand: Omer
  • ASIN: B00DBH9A6E

M.O.R.E. 7686-1SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems (S.R.S.)

M.O.R.E. 7686-1SBNP Shackle Reversal Systems

Why install a S.R.S.TM? Because it allows the front suspension to travel in a much more natural action when the spring compresses. In stock form (shackles in front of the front axle) when the front tire comes in contact with an obstruction, the impact is partially transmitted back to the frame via the solid rear pivot point. Reversing the pivot point to a point in front of the axle allows the impact to be better absorbed by the spring and shackle. The result is a more natural suspension flow over the obstacle. At higher speeds, a smoother ride and improved handling is noticeable, less wandering and darting are some other advantages. All M.O.R.E.TM S.R.S.TM have a very important design feature built into the front pivot brackets. They move the front axle forward from the stock location. Why? When the shackle is reversed to behind the front axle, it will swing rearward and the tire will move slightly aft as the suspension compresses. Pushing the wheelbase forward will help keep the tire from contacting the fender during suspension compression. This is the only correct way to build a reversal system. Due to the action of this suspension movement, the front drive shaft needs to have more slip-yoke travel then stock (almost double!). With this in mind, the front drive shaft will have ...

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