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    Pic of my transfer case brace insatlled...

    Got a new rack and pinon and new clutch installed so had this put on too. Believe its the EK2 one. fits snug.
    brace1.jpgbrace2.jpg

    Fits nice and snug. Hope it helps out for next season at the track

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    Wow looks very nice!! I need to get me one of those!
    vroom vroom i drive a 93 toyota mr2.

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    Hopefully she keeps it all together. Just hope it really will provide a significant boost in strength

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    Looks good. I have some leaks to take care around the TC before I install the one I have.

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    Sweet, Now you can feel a little bit safer when launching that 19t car.

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    Very nice! Really gives the T-case a nice beefy look. Hopefully it'll deliver for you. I'm thinking of picking up the one from 3SX when I get my new motor home.
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    Here is mine, rebuilt Box with new bearings ect.. New TC and Quadco outputshaft with a Maximal Performance TC Bracket, all installed now and running Awsome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodzy View Post
    Here is mine, rebuilt Box with new bearings ect.. New TC and Quadco outputshaft with a Maximal Performance TC Bracket, all installed now and running Awsome
    It's lookin' good Brett. How much did it cost you to have your box rebuilt? Mine was griding pretty bad into 3rd when I took it off the road and am thinking a full rebuild would be best in the long run.

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    Labor cost fully built was $500
    Bearings $550
    TC from 3sx $550
    Outputshaft from Maximal Performance $300
    Bracket $90
    + a shit load for shipping to Australia
    All my syncros were good so major savings were had there.

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    Here is the condition of it when it was pulled out



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