I run a HP up front with about 2.5-3" of lift. No Clearence issues. My boss runs a HP up front with about 1" of lift (tube frame) and he rubs his pinion flange on the bellhousing. I wish i was that low.
EDIT: it rubs about 1.5" below the slave cyl. oil pan is about .5" below top of pinion flange.
That is the imput I am looking for Thanks max volume I was concered that the pinion flange or drive shaft might break the slave right off the side of the trans bell housing I did retain the factory bump stops but it seems i remember someone jumping there truck in a tough truck event and breaking there slave off so I was concern before I invest an extra three hundred in the HP.
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