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    Default Lowered Musso front diff

    Hi there guys has anyone perhaps lowered their Musso's front diff why I'm asking I keep on having to replace cv boots after raising the front suspension. or is there perhaps alternative cv boots that are bit longer for the angle of the cv joints.

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    Default Re: Lowered Musso front diff

    Hi Thirdgear.

    Did you manage to do this and if so what did you do?

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    Default Re: Lowered Musso front diff

    I would guess it is very similar to a body lift.

    buy plastic or metal spacers and space down the diff at its mounting points

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    Default Re: Lowered Musso front diff

    [QUOTE=Wolffie;4724415]Hi Thirdgear.

    Did you manage to do this and if so what did you do?

    Hi Wolffie thank you for the reply on my post I haven't managed to lower the front diff yet. My Musso is in my Body Shop at the moment for a respray. I have already worked out a plan I will post some pictures when I do it.

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    Default Re: Lowered Musso front diff

    Quote Originally Posted by Racer-X View Post
    I would guess it is very similar to a body lift.

    buy plastic or metal spacers and space down the diff at its mounting points
    Hi there Racer - X thank you for the reply on my post. I have worked out how to lower the front diff by adding spacers like you mentioned but I will also have to make brackets to lower the cross member in between the lower control arms.

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    Default Re: Lowered Musso front diff

    Quote Originally Posted by thirdgeer View Post
    Hi there Racer - X thank you for the reply on my post. I have worked out how to lower the front diff by adding spacers like you mentioned but I will also have to make brackets to lower the cross member in between the lower control arms.

    Let's see the pictures once you are done. Ill buy the brackets from you if you are to manufacture them.

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