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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-04-2001, 09:41 PM
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Help with t-case mount beef up

Anyone have pics of there long t-case mount that they added an arm to, that bolts to the old e-barke holes? What is the best way to attach the arm to the long mount?

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Re: Help with t-case mount beef up

anyone?

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Re: Help with t-case mount beef up

Welp, you first need to ask yourself a question. Is a rear disc brake conversion (either kit or homegrown) in your future?

If no, or if you plan on using Subaru calipers for the rear discs, the build one using the old e-brake holes. DannyL has a decent write-up on his site on how he did it.

If yes, then you would want to make the mounts to the front of the t-case, like the new Spidertrax arms do. Where exactly do the attach? I'm not sure. Check out their website for ideas.

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Re: Help with t-case mount beef up

Tim,

Do you happen to know what Suburu calipers are used for the rear disc brake conversion?
I'll email you tommorrow with info on those rock rails! If you had a picture or drawing that would help get an idea of what is needed.
My cage is almost finished, have to add the two rear spreader bars and bolt it down and paint it.

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