Adding a 2x4 tube to the bottom of your rails will give you a nice spot to mount your frame bracket on a not-so-low ride height.

What if my frame is too high for the rear four link frame bracket?

Occasionally, we’ll be asked about a four link installation on a closer-to-stock-ride-height stance. We suggest adding a length of 2″ x 4″ tubing to the bottom of the frame rails where the four link frame bracket will mount, which will usually be enough to level the lower bar and make a happy four link. If you angle cut the ends and box them in, it will blend in nicely. I sketched the suggestion on our handy sketchboard.

This also works well on frames which don’t have as much of a sweeping kick up. Some pickup frames are pretty much straight back from the cab to the rear bumper.

Adding a 2x4 tube to the bottom of your rails will give you a nice spot to mount your frame bracket on a not-so-low ride height.
Adding a 2×4 tube to the bottom of your rails will give you a nice spot to mount your frame bracket on a not-so-low ride height. I know, the arrow is pointing in the wrong direction. What I meant to say was “R –>”

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