Discussion in 'The Garage' started by wkbrdrob, Mar 4, 2006.
so which one would you use...or have used..... for a GM 14BFF btw
i got the diy4x brackets on mine, works great and imo they are the best brackets you can get for the price
the sky ones are nice too if you want a one piece bracket my buddy has them on his truck
None of the above. I use 6061-T6 billet aluminum brackets made by M&M Machine. These are one piece adaptors that use no spacers at all. Awesome and beautiful, too.
WOW those are nice!! How much $?
None of the above....Bought mine from GLO.
I think they sell for around $125-$150, can't remember for sure. I need to find the phone number for that shop though.
I used SKY. Mainly because I was pissed about my drums falling apart and the wheels locking up on me....Stupid P.O.
SKY happened to be the first one to answer the phone, out of all that i called.
diy4x4 kert builds great stuff and you can't beat his prices.
DIY. It was the cheapest kit at the time of my purchase. Plus Kert makes some beefy stuff. Very happy with it.
I did my rear disc swap when it was first being done and bought my brackets from a member here (derbinator). $50.00 plus shipping IIRC.
I got my brackets from greatlakesoffroad(?) I think. They fit well
Your poll left out the original kit place: http://www.tsmmfg.com/ Bought mine from there around 15 years ago.
Those are awesome!! I did some searching around the net, but I can't find M&M Machine. Do you have a web address or know how to find them?
I think Kert might be getting some of my business here....
I also left out Black Widow Performance @ $100.
I went with great lake offroad too. I probably would have gone with the DIY4x, but they didn't have the stuff for a D70. Those aluminum ones from M&M look awesome.
They don't have a website. They go by "bulletproofbillets" on eBay and their e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Ask for Jim or Renee and let them know I sent you.
me too. they work for me
Ordered bluetorch brackets yesterday I'll let you know.
I havn't seen any of the other ones (or DIY's for that matter) but everything else I've got from Kert has been awesome I sure wish I could work metal like he does
I used diy4x4 and wasn't happy with them. I had alot of fitment problems with them. There beefy has hell though. but anyways they serverd my purpose and the price was way cheaper than everyone else.
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