No pic, but I used a light switch/electrical outlet box as a spacer on mine. So far so good.Has anyone else done this that can post a picture of how you did the spacer mod?
I didn't notice the brakes feeling mushy before fixing, but you could tell the balance was out (front locking up in low traction long before the rear). Now they lock up pretty close to the same.No hijack intended but how mushy are the brakes if the LSPV is not adjusted in response to a lift?
Here is a picture of my 1" spacer. I couldn't quite get a picture of the adjustment nut on the LSPV itself (spare tire was in the way) but I've got it adjusted up for another 1" in addition to the spacer. You could use 1x2" box and then use adjustment nut to add another .5-1" depending on how much weight you have on the truck.Has anyone else done this that can post a picture of how you did the spacer mod?
It dosnt feel safe. The front disks get hot while the rear drums are at ambient temp. I dont know if this is due to the lift and LSPV or that the rears are out of adjustment. I replaced the shoes at the same time I installed the lift due to a leaky rear axle seal.No hijack intended but how mushy are the brakes if the LSPV is not adjusted in response to a lift?