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YJ & 1976-86 CJ: Revolver Shackle Kit (YJ Front & CJ Rear) – 2.5” Spring – Pair

SKU 1033000
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TeraFlex Revolver Shackles feature a unique design that hinges and rotates to allow the leaf springs to flex and compress without additional spring stress.
These self-supporting shackles fold against themselves on level ground.

Their bolt-on design allows them to be easily installed with aftermarket suspension systems for even more performance.
Properly installed Revolver Shackles maximize articulation and wheel droop.

No other off-road product improves your vehicle’s trail performance with so little
investment as the TeraFlex Revolver Shackle!


• YJ Wrangler – front

• 1976-1986 CJ – rear


• Width: 2.5”

• Leaf Spring: 2.5”


• Sold in pairs

Install Time: 1 Hour


YJ Wrangler:

• HD Front Shackle Kit (# 1933100)

• HD Rear KickBack Shackle Kit (# 1934100)

• Revolver Shackle Kit – Front – 2.5” Spring (# 1033000)

• Revolver Shackle Kit – Rear – 2.5” Spring (# 1034000)

• Rear Leaf Spring Mounting Plate Kit (# 4957300)

1976-1986 CJ:

• Revolver Shackle Kit – Front – 2” Spring (# 1023000)

• Revolver Shackle Kit – Rear – 2.5” Spring (# 1033000)

Replacement Parts:

• White Bump Stop Cushion – Wide (2.5” Spring) (# 1000776)

• White Bump Stop Cushion – Narrow (1.75-2” Spring) (# 1000775)

• Revolver Cushion Bolt (1/4”-20 x 1-1/2”) (# 454)

• Revolver Pivot Bushing (# 8500845)

• Revolver Pivot Bolt (1/2”-20 x 4”) (# 8500995)

• Revolver Pivot Nut (1/2”-20 Nylon) (# 8500996)

• Revolver O-Ring Seal (# 236)

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November 16th 2016
Fred N Leonard, IV
Really bad product and company, all because of a design flaw that could easily be fixed, but the company has no interest in listening to customers or fixing their product. The arms rest on a plastic bushing. That bushing is holding the entire weight of the vehicle. The bushing cracks and disintegrates quickly. I didn't have this issue on the rear shackles, probably because of the weight difference, but the front hold all of the weight of the engine, and all braking force. If they have been smart enough to make the bushings out of a stronger material, like aluminum, magnesium, maybe with a polyurethane strip on top, then they would have an excellent product. I have been running on front shackles that have no bushings, because they are completely disintegrated. The arms just rest metal on metal. I have tried multiple times to get support and some kind of a response out of the company, but they have no interest in even listening. They made their sale, and that's it.