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On the procomp lift theres a plate to weld in. My question is do you have to weld this plate in?

Question 2 I have a 2002 ff14b with factory disk brakes can i clear the brakes with 16" wheels or should i go with 16.5's?
 

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1) Some people do some dont, if you can i definatly recomend it.

2) 16" rims will work just fine.
 

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I'm gettin the procomp lift,where does the plate go?
 

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its on the diff mount area, hard to explain, the instructions explain it well
 

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I would recommend welding the plate in. It's installed where you have to cut part of the oem front differential mount out. 16s will clearing the 14-bolt just fine, thats what they come with from the factory.
 

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Do you have to cut the mount thats on the driver side rear mount and weld the plate in there.
 

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black4x4 said:
Do you have to cut the mount thats on the driver side rear mount and weld the plate in there.

:waytogo: Correct
 
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