Ubolt Reversal Kits
(original upside down ubolts)
(Right side up type ubolts)
To prevent This: (corrosion
caused by debris caught in original 1-Ton ubolt plate)
And to keep the u-bolts out of harms way
or where they could hang up on trail obstacles!
reversal kit uses new extra heavy duty upper ubolt plates and new
plated ubolts to convert your truck to the durable, offroad
friendly round bottom setup for better ground clearance and less
possibility of damaging the threads.
This is an ideal upgrade if you're already buying new u-bolts for
a shackle flip, axle swap or other lift type change.
Available for 1/2T and 3/4T rear axles. (Corp 10/12 bolt are
1/2T (6 lug), Corp 14 bolt full float and semi float are 3/4T (8
The common 10 and 12 bolt rear axles
found in 1/2 ton GM trucks use a 3" axle tube. Dana 60
rear ends typically use 3-1/8" axle tubes, give us a call if you
need u-bolts and plates for those.
The semi floating and full floating
14 bolt use 3-3/8" axle tubes and are found under 3/4 and 1 ton
We can also put together a kit if
you have 3-1/2" or 4" tubes, give us a call at 970-945-7777
Fits 3" tube,
includes bolts and plates, u-bolts are 9-3/4" long with
5" of thread,
for 2.5" wide spring
Fits 3-3/8" tube, includes bolts and plates (see note
below for 1 ton trucks), u-bolts are 10-1/2" long with
5" of thread, for 2.5" wide spring
||Upper u-bolt plates only for
3" axle tube, for 2.5" wide spring
plates only for 3-3/8" axle tube, for 2.5" wide
u-bolts in these kits are built to accept stock springs with no
blocks, if you have blocks or other special circumstances
requiring different u-bolts, let us know and we'll make sure we
get bolts that fit.
The 3/4T u-bolts in these kits will accept a thicker spring pack
and a 1" block or ORD Zero Rate Add a Leaf. For taller blocks
call us and we'll make the bolts fit.
If you have a
1-ton GM truck with the 1-ton axle, you will need to have a lift
that moves the springs down from the frame to create clearance
for the ubolt plate. Examples of these lift types would be a
shackle flip kit or a new deeper arch spring. A stock spring on
a stock truck will have to retain the factory style ubolts
because of tight clearance to the frame.
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