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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-21-2001, 07:45 PM
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tcase ebrake with bullet proof arms

Hey. Maybe others have wondered about this also but I have never seen a post on it. I have RRO's BP tcase arms which bolt to 3 of the 4 holes just behind the output flange. If you want to install the tcase ebrake kit you will need to use these holes also to mount the caliper. So my question is, is there enough room between the tcase and flange to mount both without interference? Or can you change them so the arms use only 2 bolt holes and the caliper uses the other two, or possibly weld them together and make it one unit? The only thing with that is you would need to remove the flange to do the install. Anyone have any ideas on this? I really want to keep the tcase arms the way they are to give additional support to the tcase.

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Re: tcase ebrake with bullet proof arms


We have a special built tcase arm which does work with the Ebrake system. You have to specify at the time of order though. Our standard arm does not allow enough clearance.

There's no extra charge for the arm that does clear the Ebrake system.

http://www.rocky-road.com

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Re: tcase ebrake with bullet proof arms

I fortunately found this out before I ordered my transfercase mount I was planning ahead when I asked about the compatibilities of the two but if you dont have the brake you will need some small spacers untill you get the brake kit I just drilled out some nuts and milled them to fit

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