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14 bolt brake brackets?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by gotmud77, Mar 7, 2005.

  1. gotmud77

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    Who has the cheapest ones?

    I like the sky ones but was looking for something a little cheaper. And i dont have the time to make a set.
     
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    Check with cybrfire at DIY4x, he makes some killer stuff.
     
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    This is who I bought mine from. I like his kit because it comes with solid spacers instead of pipe.
     
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    Is the site for diy4x not working? None of the links I have found work. I heard they make a beefy rear shackle, but how do you get a hold of them?
     
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    Maybe it is down, I just checked too and it no worky.
     
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    I just checked it also and it didn't work for me either. I know Kert just redid some of it, maybe he is adding more great products.

    I have DIY4x brackets also and they are top notch pieces!!!!! :thumb:

    Also have one of his diff rings...
     
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    Just pm cybrfire or send him an email. He's really quick on his responses usually.
     
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    Lots of things being changed on the website right now. Trying to get setup to accept credit card orders and they make you jump through quite a few hoops. Send me a PM and I'll get ya hooked up. We will be cutting some this weekend so nows a good time to get your order in!!


    There have been some changes made to the brackets themselves as well. The bracket now has 8 mounting holes for those who want to run the caddy calipers and have the ebrake cable up high. Rather than running two different part numbers and lessen confusion. I have also been meaning to mention that I started using different hardware sometime ago. Alot of folks got it and didn't know it but its to their benefit. We are using bolts that are a .25" longer. This extends the shank a touch so there are almost no threads inside the spacers. We are also now using high alloy loc washers which retain thier torque holding capabilities almost indefinitely as opposed to the old standard loc washer that kinda loses its loc after so many years. Not major changes but I felt it was important enough. Of course we are still making the full ring spacers and that will never change.

    And thanks for the props guys. I appreciate it.:thumb:
     
    Last edited: Mar 8, 2005
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    I like the idea of having a solid spacer versus 4 pipe spacers, so I will probly buy a set from DIY4X4 :D
     

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