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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-15-2008, 12:03 AM Thread Starter
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Question Rear lowering brackets

I noticed some of you have fasioned rear lowering brackets. I love the look. They look easy to make, but what are they made of? Does anyone make and sell these? Any help would be great. Thanks
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Made mine out of 1/4" steele.

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I also made mine from 1/4 in. steel. And some advise from BMan. The did not turn out the same, but they do the same job.

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Thanks. Do you have to temper it or something?
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Just used 1/4" pate steel,didn't temper it or anything.

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'89 "GRIMM"

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

04 durango AWD
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Any close up pics of your handywork?

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There is some pics in the gallery of mine and I believe Niteriders.

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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

04 durango AWD
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