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Old 03-30-2007, 11:57 AM   #31
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ok I had seen posts with people saying the bracket had come loose and they tacked it in there . but if i'm planning to upgrade don't weld anything.

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ok I had seen posts with people saying the bracket had come loose and they tacked it in there . but if i'm planning to upgrade don't weld anything.
If you want to tack it in there to prevent anything from working loose just make sure you put your tack where you can easily get to it with a grinder. Wouldn't take to long to break loose a tack weld.

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No worries man. I'm getting ready to swap out my entire setup and we are welding "Everything" in there. Front trac bar bracket, center sections for belly pan, rear cradle. I'm getting tired of bolts.
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1BLKJP have you tried doubling the nuts and then and locktite them? That might work.. i've had only good experience with 2 nuts one holding the other.
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1BLKJP have you tried doubling the nuts and then and locktite them? That might work.. i've had only good experience with 2 nuts one holding the other.
Nah, never really had a problem with nuts loosening up on me. All of my CA bolts have nylock nuts on them right now. With the setup I am going with now on my suspension I should never have to take it off. I will be able to stretch it from here, cut it should we want to get jiggy with the tube bender etc.... So we are going to weld everything to the frame for the extra strength.

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