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T-case mount beefing.....

I'm going to beef up the long one like all the shops do, but do I have to do the short one also? If yes ,how do you guys do it?

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Re: T-case mount beefing.....

hi dannyL,on my short mount,i took 1/2" rod and welded it to the side or bottom.it will lay in there real nice.on the top side i laid 3/8" flat stock and welded it in.its boxed in and is very strong.i run a 4.3 chevy and a 4.16 transfer nothing has bent yet.if you get in a bind ,over night it to me i will weld it up for you and send it back.ranger rick

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