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it states that the carrier bearing needs to be dropped. i can weld thats not a problem.

my ? is that i am not going to have a welder handy and is it ok that i go a day or 2 with out dropping the carrier bearing, not do it at all or do i need to do that before i install the lift??

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I think there should be some spacer(s) of some sort. I dont have a carrier bearing on my reg cab, but on my bro's longbed chevy 1500 and his ram2500 hd, they both have 2 bolts on either side of the bearing. If there is welding, I"m surprised, spacers would be easier.
 

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well the kit gives me a plate that goes under the carrier bearing after you cut some of the sides off of it. i didn't think i needed to weld anything either but it says in the directions that you do.

just called them and they said yeah that i have to lower my carrier bearing bracket. so i guess there is some welding involved in theis kit at least for a crew cab.

blurred didn't you have the 5" cst kit?? if so did you not weld anything??
 
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