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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-08-2002, 08:52 PM
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reinforced tcase mounts

Does anybody have pics or a link to some pics for reinforced transfer case mounting arms. I would like to reinforce my mounting arms got the long one figured out, but the short one (top) has me baffeled. THANKS in advance for the help.
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 10-08-2002, 09:00 PM
 
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Re: reinforced tcase mounts

The esiest way to do it is to take some 1/2" steel rod and form it around the outside edge of the mount and weld it into place. I got mine from a well known vendor and that is all they did. I have had any problems and have been running them for about 3 years. Good luck
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Re: reinforced tcase mounts

If ya havent recieved any pics by tomorrow I will try to take a pic of the one I have and send it to you when I get off work tomorrow afternoon.....
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Re: reinforced tcase mounts

Thanks,I need all the ideas i can get. I have it apart right now changing throwout bearing so would like to beef it up cause i'm putting in the heavey duty rubber mounts and the vender at zookiemelt said that the mew rubber mounting would cause the next weakest link to break and that is the mounting arms. any Pics would greatly help. THANKS ALL!!!!
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Re: reinforced tcase mounts

yes -- he is right...

Which is making me reconsider my switch to the spidertrax mounts...

I want the "fuse" to be cheap and easy to replace.

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Re: reinforced tcase mounts

I took some 1/4" steel stock (about 3 inch wide) and welded them in. I'll take some pics.
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Re: reinforced tcase mounts

Hey...sent ya an email with a pic of my short beefed up t-case arm.Hope this helps...
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