Diff Spacers on Holden Frontera

loppa
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Diff Spacers on Holden Frontera

Unread post by loppa » July 2nd, 2008, 4:18 pm

Hey guys just wanting to know if i am able to put spacers in where the diff bolts to the chassis to give me more height and lower the driveshaft angles? And if so has anyone done this?

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Unread post by chikoroll » July 2nd, 2008, 9:17 pm

front diff drop, you can cut and re-weld the existing brackets, get them custom manufactured, or import from america

Planetisuzoo.com :: View topic - DOR Diff Drop Intro and Install

the americans do it all the time- Isuzu Rodeo is what you're looking for
hundreds of owners of the following:
rodeo (holden frontera)
trooper (holden jackaroo)
Amigo (isuzu MU) and
Pickup (holden rodeo)

have you already done the balljoint flip and installed balljoint spacers and low profile bump stops?

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Unread post by loppa » July 3rd, 2008, 5:30 pm

ok cool i was just going to make up some spacer's and space the brakets down off the chassis with longer bolts.

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Unread post by chikoroll » July 3rd, 2008, 8:32 pm

hmm, i havn't heard of anyone doing that before, can't imagine it would be too strong though

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