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Old 01-23-2007, 02:11 AM   #1
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Transfer case drop

Ok, here's the deal. 1. I am a tight a$$. 2. I like to do things myself if i can. So the question is I was wondering if anyone knew the space between the bolt holes on a transfer case drop spacer. I know I can just washers but i want to take a piece of 1/4 flat steel and make me a plate with holes that i can just put in. I can go measure it but i thought someone might have it handy. Thanks

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Old 01-23-2007, 02:50 AM   #2
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1) get off your arse
2) get tape measure
3) build it
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Ok, here's the deal. 1. I am a tight a$$. 2. I like to do things myself if i can. So the question is I was wondering if anyone knew the space between the bolt holes on a transfer case drop spacer. I know I can just washers but i want to take a piece of 1/4 flat steel and make me a plate with holes that i can just put in. I can go measure it but i thought someone might have it handy. Thanks
Do you know for sure that you need a 1/4 inch? Because you might go through all of that and then realize you still need to add a couple washers.

I doubt anyone knows those dimensions off the top of their head. If they do, they are truly sick and should seek help.
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transmission drop kit

I have a spare kit from rough county when we but a 4 in. lift on my brothers 06 rubi. It is 2 solid steel bars about a half in. thick with the holes already drilled out and wieghs about 30 pounds each. I can measure the spacing for the holes and every thing when I get home later tonight.
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I would measure because they can be different you're gonna have to drop the skid plate anyway so just drop it measure it and then drill it out.
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Old 01-23-2007, 01:09 PM   #6
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yeah I know that was real lazy, but the reason I didn't go do it was because I was going to make them at work. If i measured it I would have to drop it here, measure it, put it back together then go to work, make it, and come home and drop it again. Trying to save myself some time if someone had some laying around.

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