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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-28-2006, 05:01 AM Thread Starter
 
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Real weight bracket

Well to all you folks that think green is the only thing that exists, heres a weight bracket with a simple piece of 1/2x6 plate steel, holds these quality casted massy wieghts with pride and dignity, and needs no bolt shoved through the middle.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-28-2006, 02:24 PM
 
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It looks OK but green would look better.

Just messin with ya back.:Thumbup:
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Looks just like mine nice and simple. How about a few pics of the suspension stops?
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Looks like mine too....I used 5/8" plate steel and White weights.
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Where the hell is Robert? I try to show him that you dont need to buy a reese front hitch and he is no where to be found!
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Yeah Jerrod i'm still working on those, roughly there going to be 4 inch round tubing thats about 8 inches long with a 2x2.5 square cut out and a flat piece of steel welded on top. With that cut out they will sit on the "ears" of the 4 inch blocks underneith the leaves, and I'll jack the truck up put the blocks in and let the truck down for the rubber piece on the frame to sit on the top of the block. That will be for around hear where the dont care about the 1 inch rule. If i pull with the DHRA I will probably do something similar, just have to attach something to hold the blocks in place. I'll post pics later to give the full effect
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ehh needs Red wieghts
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That is a dang good looking bracket, nice and simple indeed, but get's the job done! :Thumbup:
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heres some red the good red!
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