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Old 12-04-2022, 09:00 AM
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Default Adapting bumper to Quick Lift

I bought these quick lifts from @Shell Valley. Upon receiving them I noticed that my tubes and screws for my bumpers are at 3 3/4 inches but the bolt holes for the quick jack are spaced only at 2 1/4 inches?

Is there a company that makes these at 3.75 spacing instead of 2.25?

Is there some adapter plate that is made? I understand if these are the only two sizes and I dont know who makes one for the larger 3.75? Transition theres no.

I would buy a hunk of steel and machine these myself, if I had the equipment, but I dont.

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Old 12-05-2022, 12:27 AM
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I would plug the holes with shrink fit plugs and re-drill at new centers, larger washers could then be used to cover the plugs.

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