Rear Four Link Kit - Parallel
4-Link kit, rear. This kit has proven to be adaptable to many frames. The bars mount beside the frame rail (inside the frame or outside, as shown in the pics). The upper bar will be about 3″ above the bottom of the rail. Rear axle brackets have 3 mounting holes for the coil-overs. Bars are about 25” c-c. (4 bars are included in the kit. Custom lengths are available. See the parts section under ”Bars”). Axle brackets are 3/16" mild steel.
If you want to use a 2" x 4" tube as a frame mount/crossmember, we now have a plate for that. Please see the list of add-ons to the right. We can substitute these plates in place of the frame brackets which normally come in the kit. Designed for big bushings. 2" x 4" tube also available.
Two parallel four link kits are offered, both are complete kits with the following variations:
222501 (available welded and ready-to-weld)
1-3/4″ wide, 1-5/8″ OD urethane bushings
3/4-16 threaded adjusters
2220 (available welded only)
1-3/8″ wide, 1-3/8″ OD urethane bushings
5/8-18 threaded adjusters
The bracketry for each kit is matched to the OD of the bushing for a clean appearance. Brackets are artfully TIG welded.
NEWS: The 1-3/8″ bushing, ready-to-weld kit has been discontinued.
High demand for the kits with the 1-3/4″ wide bushings is reducing sales of the 1-3/8″ kits, making the 1-3/8″ kits more expensive to produce. We still have components for the 1-3/8″ kits and as those inventory levels go down, a decision about their future will be made. Please allow a one week lead time for the small bushing kit.
Parts Included: Frame brackets, axle brackets, bars, hardware, bushings, adjusters, and instructions.
Shipping Info: Ships for $36-$41 via UPS, with tracking information sent to your email.
What's the difference between welded and ready-to-weld? In the welded kit, anything that can be welded by us is welded. The frame brackets, bars, adjusters, and the coil over support block inside the axle brackets are all welded. The ready-to-weld kit has nothing welded. Some people find this an advantage because they can save some money and have the option of tweaking the angle that the bar brackets are welded to the front frame bracket.
This is a video shot by a customer (check out his thoroughly YouTube documented build):