Makes me wonder if I should ditch the BC's and go back to stock. I have considered maybe getting some custom springs made for my car and try to keep the height of the car a little higher. BC setup their suspension to be able to lower the car as low to the ground as possible. That gives a harsh ride when you go over bumps. I don't want to ditch the system because I think its better than stock but I do not like the harshness of the springs and since I have no intensions of slamming my car to the ground I can have taller springs that are not so harsh. You could also potentially add some additional support. If the top is smooth, even just JB welding a small steel plate to the top that goes beyond the small mounting tab with the mounting hole would be beneficial. The JB Weld would keep it in place and compression of the suspension is what is causing the issue so if you are able to help brace the top of that cradle it would help prevent against the seperation. Would not help against downward movement of the cradle, but based on the pictures I would be more worried about upward movements being the issue. If you wanted to prevent damage from downward movement of the cradle then you would have to find a better way to bond it to the cradle. Maybe a larger plate that allows you to bolt through the cradle in an area that is not as likely to be in the way or cause other issues.