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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-21-2007, 12:10 PM Thread Starter
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New AutoCAD drawing, and PDF, for lowering brackets

Thanks to BMan for the lowering brackets, he originally posted them in PDF format, and as soon as he could he would post AutoCAD files, I had a friend of mine @ work create these files, from BMan's drwaings, here they are for all who are interested.
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Your welcome for the original drawings but Chiron gets credit for getting me to send the drawings to him and his father and they did the rest.

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Thank you!!!!
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Just make sure you use at least 1/4" plate when you make them.First set wasn't and they bent on me.

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CUSTOM-Seat,quick detach backrest,2.5"slam brackets,Pipes,Fender struts,head light mount,9"rise dragbars,Grips,Mirrors, turnsignals,LED brake light/Lic.plate frame,Chopper headlight. Shaved,Jetted,coastered,polished forks,saddle&Tool bags,horns moved,180/70/15 rear tire!!! Yes a 180!!!!And other stuff.....
Springfield 1911-A1 Compact .45acp

03 F250 superduty 4x4 V-10 crew cab long box 33's,CAI,SS duals with magnaflow

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what about the lenght of the rear axle?... it's enough to put the brackets with the standard axle?
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On the swingarm side you need to grind down the shoulder around the axle shaft hole in order for the bracket to sit straight.this is enough so the stock axle can be used.

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