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Is it possible to Reverse the shackles on the TTB front of a 1997 F250 4x4?

I'm looking for no lift or at most a very small lift 2" or less.

If not, why not? Specifically.

Heard some say it was unsafe, why?

Everyone says just get the Dana 60, well they are few and far between here. And I'm not willing to go that route.

I can fab nearly anything, but I'd like to keep the truck as near stock as possible suspension wise. As I do alot of heavy towing. Often very far from home.

I would like to use the SD front springs, but it may be easier to use the stock mounts for now. I can fab hangars and anything else I may need on the Waterjet.

Help me out, I know someone has done it.
 

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wouldnt the design of the TTB(with the bars anchored at one end) defeat the purpose of the RSK?

the RSK is designed so that the axle will deflect rearward and upward...wouldnt the pivot point of the Ibeams make it impossible for them to deflect rearward.. ?
 
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