If I was an only child that house would be in the final stages of renovation and I would be moving in. As is would have to buy out my siblings and would end up with a very large mortgage. Not something I want at this time of my life.Sounds like you need to sell your place and buy your parents place.
Get yourself better. We need to do Dusy and or Rubicon this summer.
I wouldn't mind 1/4" lift, but don't want to lower it any with those Maxxis tires. Its not on my short list of things to do. I do have a replacement set of frame to shackle bushings whenever I get around to this. What is the benefit of boomerang shackles? Ballistic has a set for about twice what Rock Tactics wants, but they are 6" hole to hole.These are 1/2" longer than stock, and will give 1/4" lift. Best I could find when I was searching for the same thing.
Lasercut, & 3/8" thick. You will need to open up the holes a smidge for your bolts tho. Can't beat the price for what you get tho.
Rock Tactics 3/8" Thick, 6" Shackle Plates, Set of Four
I use their boomerang 6" shackles, and haven't had any issue with them.
Edit: I just read the description again, they are 5" eye to eye, so actually 1/2" less, and you lose 1/4" lift.
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