When I bought my truck it had a 4" lift on it from SuperLift. Same bracket extensions in the rear. Hit them on EVERYTHING, especially on the Rubicon. Pulled them out and switched to All Pro Off Road's extended Upper and Lower Control Arm Links, which both sit at an angle (parallel) and have worked well for me so far.
From All Pro Off Road's Website: (Link) 4Runner Lower Control Arm Links We have created a totally new lower control arm. We started "Johnny Joints" made by Currie Enterprises. These high quality rebuildable joints are custom made just for this application and provide flexibility and control. These joints are TIG welded to 1.5" X .188 wall DOM seamless tubing. These arms are made 1" longer than stock. This moves the axle back so that in lifted applications the axle is centered in the wheel opening. Lifting the rear suspension without lengthening the control arms causes the axle to move forward. Longer links allow the axle to be put back, restoring the wheelbase. Fits 1990-1995 4Runners.
My pic of old vs new
Pics of what my brackets looked like back before I really beat them up
Since I broke the front diff bracket several times I know it's possible to call SuperLift directly to order parts...
1992 Toyota 4Runner -- 3.0L V6, MT, 4.7 TC
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