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14ff spring plates

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by surpip, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. surpip

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    i posted this question along time ago, and nobody replied, so sence it seems your around a little more, How about drillin those plates to work with your 0 rates? It would make it nice for them to be just a straight bolt on when using the 0 rates to move the axel's,
    just a thought,
    merry x-mas,
    dale:xmas: :xmas: :xmas:
     
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    a reply would be kinda nice, tell me im stupid and youll run your bisness how you want , but a reply would be nice:o
     
  3. Desert Rat

    Desert Rat Fetch the comfy chair

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    My experience with ORD has been that they rarely get into this forum, answer e-mail only occasionally, but always answer the phone and take time to chat with you if you call and are very responsive about products that way. Good question, but I just sawzalled the top of my bolts so i didn't have to drill out a hole in the plate. Not everybody has a sawzall though I suppose...........perish the thought.....
     
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    well if you move the axle, you cant just sawzall it, you have to drill a hole
     
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    Stephen 1/2 ton status Moderator Vendor

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    I've been a bit sporadic here lately, hopefully the situation improves but we're coming into the busiest time of the year......

    I have drawings for some ubolt plates started, incorporating the holes to work with our zero rates so you don't have to create your own.
     
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    cool thanks for the reply, i think just using the stock GM plates and just poppin some holes in them would work? might be a little cheaper for you guys to do. Just some ideas

    again thanks for the reply:waytogo:
     
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    Are you looking to buy some plates with the offset hole or are you only inquiring about them making them?
     
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    just an idea
     

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