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    T-Case Braces

    Sorry, if this is a repeatedly ask question but where can I find these? I've been looking all morning from 3sx to SCE to dynamic racing. Are they kinda like a custom fab thing or should I just get a complete steel transfer case and not cry about it.

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    This is the one I got. http://maximalperformance.com/store/...&productId=121

    The transfer cases are steel and they still break. I think the only upgrade really is the billet aluminum ones that someone on 3si makes.
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    Thanks man I'll probably be getting one of those eventually then, and 3sx makes billet aluminum ones too. Isn't stainless steel better then billet aluminum though?

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    Aluminum is better because it's lighter. Any structural disadvantages of aluminum compared to stainless steel are overcome by the design of the part. It's why airplanes are made of aluminum and not steel.

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