Not until the end of July. I'm in England until then. Sorry.thanks guys for the help, But I bought mine in mid 90's its a triangle part.
wardamneagle yours looks close could you get another picture sometime?
Hmmm, not sure I fully agree with that line of thinking. I can cite several personal experiences with stock length shackles on 2-3" lifts that have suffered inversions, and likewise I can cite experiences with extended shackle inversions too. I think "most" would probably be just find without the anti-inversion plates, but is it worth the risk? I personally don't think so....So first of all if you have stock mounting positions and anything under a 3 inch lift, you just don't need these at all. but if its something custom do exactly what 2nd gen said to do. lift your truck so the suspension is at full droop take up a bit of slack and weld em on like so. But this is still kind of a quick fix that slightly limits your suspension travel.
The fact of the matter is that if there is a possibility of your spring inverting, you need larger shackles and if you just go get or make some larger shackles you will alleviate the need for anti inversion shackles, and you will get more down travel. Less your doing something strange like a weird double shackle thing or other, but if your doing that your into something serious anyway.