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Unread 09-10-2019, 12:41 AM   #1
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Default 6" Lift = Swapping Brake Assemblies?

Getting ready to tackle a allsports 6" a-arm lift on my 15 precedent. Been reading that a break assembly swap my be required. Anyone shed any light on this for me before I start pulling it apart?

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Unread 09-10-2019, 06:30 AM   #2
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Default Re: 6" Lift = Swapping Brake Assemblies?

It was time consuming for me the only issue i had was that there was a 3 Jakes lift kit on my 14 precedent which had a different top plate over the lift block. I had to order the stock plate to switch sides and flip upside down.
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Getting ready to tackle a allsports 6" a-arm lift on my 15 precedent. Been reading that a break assembly swap my be required. Anyone shed any light on this for me before I start pulling it apart?

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2015 Precedent is gonna have those new style spring retainer plates with the 90 degree bend in them. It's not gonna work like the old style stuff. You'll need to order two of the old style spring plates or just install the longer brake cable on the driver's side. They make a cable just for that purpose now.
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2015 Precedent is gonna have those new style spring retainer plates with the 90 degree bend in them. It's not gonna work like the old style stuff. You'll need to order two of the old style spring plates or just install the longer brake cable on the driver's side. They make a cable just for that purpose now.
So when Allsports tells you their 6" lift "comes with everything you need", I guess they missed this! Anyone have a link to the cable from a site sponsor?

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So when Allsports tells you their 6" lift "comes with everything you need", I guess they missed this! Anyone have a link to the cable from a site sponsor?

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It's not just All-Sports. It's all brands. None of them include this cable with their kits, although they should. I see you found the cable on our site. Thanks for your order. It'll ship tomorrow morning.
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It's not just All-Sports. It's all brands. None of them include this cable with their kits, although they should. I see you found the cable on our site. Thanks for your order. It'll ship tomorrow morning.
Thanks again for all your help! Didn't realize you were the site sponsor. Glad I got to order from the right place.

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